2 edition of Special project grants for public libraries in New Mexico found in the catalog.
Special project grants for public libraries in New Mexico
New Mexico State Library.
|Statement||special project grant director, Carmela Ruby ; editor and layout, Brian Hassett.|
|Series||Occasional paper - New Mexico State Library ; no. 4, New Mexico State Library occasional paper ;, #4.|
|Contributions||Ruby, Carmela., Hassett, Brian.|
|LC Classifications||Z711.92.S6 N46 1975|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||58 p. :|
|Number of Pages||58|
|LC Control Number||76622097|
Better World Books grants fund literacy and educational nonprofits and libraries for specific projects — the front lines of the fight to reduce global poverty through education. Literacy Grants Thanks to thousands of libraries who participate in the Better World Books Discards and Donations program, we are able to offer library grants for the. Grants of up to $3, to New Jersey nonprofit organizations and units of government, including schools and libraries, in eligible areas for special projects related.
MPLF - Maine Public Library Fund Grants Maine Public Library Fund Grant (Tax Check-Off) Information. Purpose: The Maine State Library will make funds from the Maine Public Library Fund (income tax check-off) available to Maine public libraries and library staff to encourage and support innovation in the creation and expansion of new library services. Special Projects. The Special Projects Grant provides funds for programs that expand library services to all members of the library's community. It enables libraries to develop programs for populations with special or unmet needs. Programs involving collaboration are encouraged. FY Special Projects Grant Notice of Funding Opportunity.
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Grants Public Library N. 1st Street Grants, NM Phone: Email: [email protected] Library Director - Nadine Jiron [email protected] Librarian - Nita Ford Librarian - Dixie Diaz Library Clerk - Lydia Trujillo Library Clerk - Tim Thomas Hours. Buy Special Project grants for public libraries in New Mexico (Occasional paper) by Carmela Ruby (ISBN:) from Amazon's Book Store.
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This paper summarizes and analyzes the program of Special Project Grants for public and community libraries in New Mexico. Funding for the program was by the New Mexico State Library through the Library Services and Construction Act (LSCA) Title I from fiscal year to fiscal year Information on LSCA and the procedure for obtaining Special Project Grants precedes an.
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The Ruth Toor Grant for Strong Public School Libraries provides funding support on a competitive basis to public school libraries—located in the United States and led by a certified school librarian—for the creation and implementation of a local public awareness/marketing campaign, that promotes and positions their school library as a.
Children’s Book Project Program Grants. Rural public libraries in the United States that have suffered loss and damage due to recent natural disasters (flooding, fire, hurricanes, etc.) may be eligible for special non-matching grants: Disaster Relief Grant information.
For libraries experiencing budgetary declines due to reduced or eliminated funding, please apply for our Children’s Book. Collection Enhancement Grants support libraries in replacing worn books and adding new books to the collection. They serve to upgrade or increase book collections, e-books, books on CD, and special collections in support of community needs.
In-kind grants of new children's books valued at up to $ to USA public and tribal libraries in rural areas. The purpose of the project is to increase access to quality children's books.
Recipients will be able to choose the most appropriate books for their community. Grants of up to to $50, to Arizona, New Mexico, Texas, Alberta, British Columbia, Saskatchewan, and Ontario nonprofit organizations for programs to benefit vulnerable youth in eligible regions.
Funding is intended for programs to support educational engagement and c. The Foundation Center Funding Information Network collection, located on the second floor of the New Mexico State Library, is open to the public Monday through Friday from AM to PM.
Call or Ask-a Librarian. Find FREE WiFi at a public library near you. Libraries are closed, but WIFI is still available from the parking lots of many New Mexico public libraries.
When visiting these libraries, please stay in your vehicle and observe guidelines to keep a distance of at least 6 feet away from your fellow New Mexicans. Grants of up to $3, to New Jersey nonprofit organizations and units of government, including schools and libraries, in eligible areas for special projects related to history.
First-time applicants are required to submit an application draft prior to submission of th. Federal Funding (LSTA) Special Grants to Libraries; State Grants-in-Aid - ALL state grants-in-aid funds received must be spent in its entirety before the end of each fiscal year, June State Grants-in-Aid Expenditures Guidance Sheet: what expenditures are allowable and non-allowable; State Grants-in-Aid Tracking Sheet.
New Mexico Public Libraries This page contains a list of public libraries in New Mexico. If you do not see a listing for your local branch library there is a possibility that it might be part of a larger library. The new CARES Act Mini-Grant Program helps all types of libraries in Ohio respond to the COVID pandemic.
Stimulus funding for this grant comes to the State Library via LSTA funds from the federal appropriation made to the Institute of Museum and Library Services (IMLS) through the federal Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) CARES Act.
Grants for Literacy Programs We support the efforts of nonprofit organizations that teach, Battle of the Books Carroll County Library, MD – New Windsor, Maryland. Ma Read Aloud Project Denver Public Library Friends Foundation – CO.
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Summer is halfway over for the public libraries of New Mexico and that means halfway through a different kind of Summer Reading Program. Gone are the filled meeting rooms with a magician performing tricks for dozens of families; gone are the weekly trips to the library to turn in reading logs and pick up year, programs have moved online or curbside or a mixture of both.
The New Mexico State Library uses LSTA to support and improve library service in New Mexico through a statewide program and grants. This funding is made possible through the federal Institute of Museum and Library Services (IMLS), Library Services and Technology Act (LSTA).
Consultation grants help museums, libraries, historical organizations, or community organizations develop a new public humanities project or chart a new interpretive direction of an existing program. They support the costs of conferring with a team of advisers to help identify key humanities themes and questions during the early stages of a.
Attention Librarians of New Mexico! The New Mexico State Library is pleased to offer a new eBook resource — New Mexico news for librarians — New Mexico Reads includes some library and information science included the LIS titles for you, please do use them (and all of the books in New Mexico Reads).
New Mexico Reads primarily includes Southwest history and .Any New Mexico library may apply (public, academic, school, tribal, or special). Additionally, non-profit groups that directly benefit NM libraries may apply.
Grant applications must clearly demonstrate that the libraries will benefit from these funds.