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Resources for Public Libraries

Grant Writing

 

Grant funding can help fill budget gaps to support important library functions like programming, collection development, and outreach - among others. While most grant makers have different requirements and target audiences, Alabama librarians can get an edge on the competition by learning (a) where to look for grants and (b) general grant writing skills that are useful across the board. This knowledge (plus experience) is the best way to prepare for the competitive grants process.

Please note that this guide is not intended to be exhaustive and will be updated periodically as new resources are acquired or become available. Users of this guide are encouraged to make suggestions for additions and changes by contacting APLS' reference team using the contact form located here http://aplsws1.apls.state.al.us/aplsnew/content/contactreference or by using the contact information in the sidebar on this LibGuide's Home tab.