The ALA Book of Library Grant Money
Ann Kepler, American Library Association
American Library Association, 2012 - Business & Economics - 429 pages
Completely overhauled since its last edition, this directory of library and school grants remains the gold standard for locating sources of funding, with hundreds of new and updated entries, all carefully culled and researched, including grant criteria and application procedures. An invaluable guide to where the money is, no other resource can compare in scope or usefulness to The ALA Book of Library Grant Money.
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American Library Association Amount of Grants Application online APPLICATION PROCEDURES Submission Arts and humanities Average Grant Award budget Center Children’s civic affairs conference attendance continuing education Corporate foundation County Description Founded E-mail eligible Financial Summary Assets Foundation Headquarters Gifts Received Grant Program GRANT RECIPIENTS Library GRANT VALUES Total GRANT-SPECIFIC WEBSITE Grants Information GRANT Highest Grant Information GRANT TYPES letter of inquiry librarians libraries GRANT VALUES library and information Library or School library services library systems Lowest Grant Minigrant NAMED GRANTS Number of Grants Operating Locations PAST GRANT RECIPIENTS Private foundation established PROCEDURES Submission Guidelines proposal Range of Grants requested REQUIREMENTS AND RESTRICTIONS RESTRICTIONS Applicants school libraries School Related services GRANT VALUES social services GRANT submit support TYPICAL RECIPIENTS tax-exempt status Total Dollar Amount Total Giving TYPES General support Typical Range TYPICAL RECIPIENTS Arts VALUES Total Dollar Vary by grant