Library Adds GrantStation Database
(Moulton, AL) – September 16, 2019 – The Lawrence County Public Library is pleased to announce the addition of the GrantStation.com Library Patron Partnership program to its database collection effective immediately. The LPP program is made possible through an August 2019 Community Development Grant funded by TVA-in-lieu-of-tax payments. The Library Patron Program (LPP) allows full access to GrantStation for library staff and patrons. Through this program, patrons can obtain up-to-date information on private and government grantmakers, as well as resources for writing and securing grant awards.
GrantStation.com, Inc. serves all grantseekers: nonprofit organizations, educational institutions, government agencies, religious organizations, and independent grant professionals. GrantStation offers the opportunity to identify potential funding sources for their programs or projects as well as resources to mentor these organizations through the grantseeking process. GrantStation gives grantseekers the ability to find new grant opportunities in their databases, build a strong grants strategy with their planning tools, and write powerful proposals with their step-by-step tutorials. This gives grantseekers the resources to win their share of the grant funding available to them.
The Community Development Grant was awarded by Lawrence County’s Alabama State Legislative Delegation. The legislators serving the Lawrence County Public Library’s district are: Senator Garlan Gudger and Representative Proncey Robertson. The library wishes to thank our entire Lawrence County State Legislative delegation in funding this project.
Due to licensing restrictions from GrantStation, the LPP database is only accessible at the Lawrence County Public Library. This database was licensed for one year. The continuing availability of this database will depend on patron usage and continued adequate funding.
Lawrence County Public Library