Washington, DC—The Institute of Museum and Library Services (IMLS) is accepting applications for the following grant:
Native American Library Services: Basic Grants
Deadline of April 1, 2015
The Native American Library Services Basic Grants program provides noncompetitive one-year grants of approximately $6,000–$7,000 to federally recognized tribes to support core library services such as buying library materials, funding salaries and training, and providing Internet connectivity and computers. Learn more online at the FY 2015 Native American Library Services webpage for basic grants applicants.
Please Note: If you have an active grant that began in 2012 or 2014, please read the Basic Grants Notice of Funding Opportunity carefully and plan to re-apply through grants.gov. If you have an active grant that began in 2013, we will contact you directly about application procedures for this year.
The following members of the IMLS staff are available by phone and e-mail to discuss general issues relating to these grants:
James Lonergan, Senior Program Officer
Mary Alice Ball, Senior Program Officer
Webinars with Program Staff
We invite you to participate in a pre-application webinar to learn more about the Native American Library Services Program. During the live webinar, you may ask questions of IMLS staff members and listen to the questions and comments of other participants.
Join us for FY15 Native American Library Services Basic Grants webinar on Tuesday, February 17, 2015, at 3 PM (ET). Click here for webinar access information.
Click here for more information about the FY15 Native American Library Services Basic Grants program.
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