Upcoming Webinar: Get Grants from the NNLM

Could your library use more money for programming, community engagement, staff professional development, technology upgrades, or other needs. Of course it could! A few days ago, we shared some funding opportunities from the National Network of Libraries of Medicine (NNLM). Now you can learn more about the grants and how to apply in a free webinar from the NNLM MidContinental Region.

Show Me the $$$! How Your Library Can Obtain Funding from the National Network of Libraries of Medicine,” will be held this Thursday, May 9 from 1-2 p.m. MDT. Join Chris Pryor, Library Engagement and Missouri Coordinator, and John Bramble, Associate Director from the NNLM MidContinental Regional Medical Library, for a discussion of just how easy it is to apply for all of the great funding opportunities available during this year’s grant cycle. A question and answer period will be included.

Register for the webinar.

For inspiration read how one library tackled community needs with help from the NNLM.  A Colorado library used a NNLM MCR grant to support cooking demonstrations, discussions with kids about the digestive system, classes on nutrition, and a program for parents on emotional wellbeing.

The deadline for grant applications is May 31, 2019. See the full list of opportunities.

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  1. John Bramble

    Hello Wyoming Librarians!

    I am the Associate Director for the NNLM MCR program and am hoping you can find time to attend the is (hopefully) informative session.

    We will be introducing several funding opportunities designed for public libraries.

    If you are interested in learning more about funding from the NNLM, I hope you consider joining today’s session.

    We are leaving lots of time for questions and discussion on project ideas. jb

    • Susan

      Hope you get a good turnout!

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