FINRA Foundation is now accepting applications for grants up to $50,000 to bolster financial education in libraries.
The FINRA Foundation Library Grants Program supports public and academic libraries in their efforts to meet financial and/or investor education needs at the community level by providing high-quality education, service and resources. The program also aims to ensure diversity, equity and inclusion in access to personal finance education and information.
FINRA Foundation is now accepting applications for grants up to $50,000 to bolster financial education through public and academic libraries. The application deadline is March 1, 2023.
To download the application form and receive instructions on how to apply, visit the FINRA Foundation Library Grants website.
Eligibility to apply for this grant is limited to U.S. public libraries and academic libraries at U.S. state or nonprofit higher education institutions. This is a competitive grant program. Submission of a grant application does not guarantee that a grant will be awarded.
Looking to offer financial education programming and services for library patrons? Check out this site from the American Library Association and the FINRA Foundation.