Better World Books: Literacy Grants for Libraries
Better World Books: Literacy Grants for Libraries are intended to fund “Game Changing” ideas which help advance a compelling literacy project. Projects should address the literacy needs of under-served populations in their community. Literacy needs are defined by broadly identifying, understanding, interpreting, creating, communicating, and computing information to live a more fulfilling and productive life. The needs and opportunities of the communities libraries serve vary widely and there are countless worthy projects to support. The grant process is intended to solicit a wide range of applications that reflect this diversity.
Amount: $40,000 is available for four awards of up to $15,000 each.
Eligibility: Libraries across the U.S.
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