October 10, 2015

Salem Press Launches Website to Help Navigate Library Grants

Salem Press launched The Library Grants Center on November 16. It is  a free web tool designed to help librarians  search for library grants at national, state, regional, and local levels. The web site focuses on grants available to all types of libraries and from a range of sources—public and private— including professional organizations, large corporations, and family foundations, according to a press release from Salem Press. The site also includes a how-to page about the grant application process, which includes resource lists and points to free grant writing tools available online.

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