Budgets & Funding
The budget is the backbone of library operations, pulling together short-, medium-, and long-range goals, all of which help to fulfill the organization's vision and mission. This section is dedicated to helping you find funding resources and work to secure a stable and sufficient budget, including how to work with local officials and make a clear case for funding needs.
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Document / Last Modified: 06 September 2013
One way to get funding for all the technology you wish you had is to apply for grants. These experts, who have helped to grant financial wishes for many applicants, give you advice on how to find funding and how to apply for it.
Webinar / Last Modified: 21 August 2013
Archive and associated resources for May 4, 2011 webinar with Stephanie Gerding on process and resources for winning library grants.
Document / Last Modified: 29 July 2013
This worksheet is from an earlier course: 'WebJunction's Fundraising for Libraries', and can serve as another tool to help you plan a fundraising campaign for your library.
Document / Last Modified: 02 June 2013
Comprehensive notes for all 10 sessions of the Technology Essentials Online Conference by Juan Tomás Lee, State Data Coordinator/Library Consultant of the Utah State Library Division.
Document / Last Modified: 26 March 2013
Use this worksheet for effective planning when seeking library grants.