Friday, May 23, 2008
Fit for Life Library
MetLife Foundation and Libraries for the Future (LFF) are recognizing the role of libraries in providing free, reliable health information through Fit for Life (FFL), a national initiative to help public libraries promote lifelong health and wellness through community responsive programs. Fit for Life grants focus on physical and brain health. Urban libraries are urged to apply by June 2, 2008 for a chance to win a grant, training, and materials. For more information see Caitlin Maloney.
Posted by Jackie S, 2.0 project manager at 7:37 AM
Labels: grants, public libraries, reading and books
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