Foundation / Corporation
American Library Association (ALA)
Award of $5,000 to a USA public, special, academic, or school library to recognize exemplary community programming. The purpose of the award is to acknowledge a program that is open to the public, addresses specific community needs, has a measurable impact, and involves active community planning and participation.
An eligible cultural/thematic program or program series is one that features the humanities, sciences, arts, creative arts, community and civic engagement programs, as well as programs in conjunction with exhibitions, community-wide reading programs, or other community-wide programs.
GrantWatch ID#: 160147
The Award consists of $5,000 and a citation of achievement.
The Award will be given to recognize a program or program series that was presented during the preceding year (September 1- August 31).
Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.
Self-Nomination Form: http://www.ala.org/tools/ala-excellence-library-programming-award-nomination-form
Work Phone: (312) 280-3277
Work Phone: (312) 280-3247
Fax: (312) 944-3897
Work Phone: (312) 280-5287
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