ALA Cultural Communities Fund

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DellaEngage! participants at Chicago Public Library Austin BranchHistorical reenactors at the Knox County Public Library (IN) presentation of the Forever Free traveling exhibitionClass visit to the In a Nutshell: The Worlds of Maurice Sendak traveling exhibition at the Lousville Free Public Library (KY)

The ALA Cultural Communities Fund (CCF) is an endowment to support cultural programming in libraries. Funding from CCF supports:

  • professional development opportunities for libraries that address practical issues related to cultural and community programs
  • awards and grants that recognize excellence in library programming
  • development and promotion of effective library programming models
      Libraries connect communities to the greatest treasures that the world has to offer. Through programs and events that bring the community together, librarians powerfully connect citizens to words and ideas, art and music, history and film, and connect one person to another through cultural programming and dialogue.

      Please read more about the power of cultural programming libraries to transform communities, and join the list of nearly 500 librarians, culturally focused foundations and corporations that have contributed to CCF by making your own donation.
       
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      Engage! participants at the Chicago Public Library, Portage-Cragin branchTom Phelps presents the 2007 Jaffarian Award to Barbara Ungar of Central Elementary School (IL)LIVE! @ your Library Reading Stage author Eleanor Brown, at the 2011 ALA Annual ConferenceParticipant in the Civil War Road Show, as part of the Lincoln: The Constitution and the Civil War traveling exhibition at the Ephrata Public Library (PA)Wild Rumpus at the Louisville Free Public Library (KY), as part of the In a Nutshell: The Worlds of Maurice Sendak traveling exhibition
       

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