Florida Funding Publications, Inc., a grants information and reference
publishing company, was established in 1985 as a division of John
L. Adams & Company, Inc., a 28-year-old grants consulting firm.
Information about both of our companies is provided on this page.
John L. Adams & Company was founded in 1976 as one of the first
grants consulting firms in the country to provide grants acquisition
expertise and services to local governments and non-profit entities
throughout Florida and the United States. Our services include the
Formulating development plans and project designs
Identifying funding resources and acquisition strategies
Preparing proposals and budgets
Implementing funding awards
Administering, evaluating and closing out funded projects
John L. Adams & Company, located in Miami, Florida, has helped
clients from Puerto Rico to Massachusetts. Our company has secured
over $450 million in grant funds from federal, state, local, and
private sources for a variety of needs and activities. Typical projects
| Economic and community development
Recovery from natural disasters
Parks and recreation
Florida Funding Publications, Inc.
In response to a growing need for information about funding from
federal, state and foundation resources, John L. Adams & Company
established a subsidiary, Florida Funding Publications, Inc., in
1985. To this day, Florida Funding Publications is the only publisher
committed exclusively to providing Florida grant-seekers with vital,
accurate, up-to-date information about Florida's grant resources.
Our company produces a database, three reference books, and a monthly
newsletter. The most comprehensive is the computer database F.I.N.D.,
Florida Information Network Database, which compiles information
from over 1,300 federal, 200 state, and 3,700 foundation resources.
The three reference books are: Florida State Grant Programs,
The Complete Guide to Florida Foundations, and Florida Scholarships.
These references focus on the most current and complete information
available. Each book details one separate component of the F.I.N.D.
Our company also publishes a monthly newsletter, The Florida Funding
Newsletter, which provides the latest in application deadlines,
program availability, and funding activity.
Our books, database, and newsletter are especially designed to
make the grant seeking process easier and cut research time down
to minutes. These resources have helped government, educational
and non-profit entities locate sources for their funding needs.