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Recent Funded Projects

Titlesort descending Description Amount Dates
AoU - Health Program Kits Award 2019-2020 This award is intended to help public libraries support the health information needs of their communities by providing funding for health-related program kits.
Funding Amount: 
$5024
2020
AoU - Health Program Kits Award 2019-2020 This award is intended to help public libraries support the health information needs of their communities by providing funding for health-related program kits.
Funding Amount: 
$3420
2020
AoU - Health Program Kits Award 2019-2020 This award is intended to help public libraries support the health information needs of their communities by providing funding for health-related program kits.
Funding Amount: 
$951
2020
AoU 273 Mobile Health Literacy Training P.I.Advocates will provide a mobile hands-on computer workshops in health literacy, computer literacy and web navigation strategies.
Funding Amount: 
$10000
2019 to 2020
AoU 287 Project "TORDS" Technology Outreach to Reduce Health Disparities and Stigma Project TORDS targets rural communities with access to computer based technology and training to help them identify accurate, quality health and prevention information and education.
Funding Amount: 
$15000
2019 to 2020
AoU 291 “Woodi Health Hub: Building Health Information Literacy Skills for College Students in the Atlanta University Center” To improve access to authoritative health information resources via programming and engaging technology, the Atlanta University Center (AUC) Woodruff Library seeks funding for a one year project to in
Funding Amount: 
$15000
2019 to 2020
AoU 301 Healthy Canton Seniors Project The Healthy Canton Seniors Project (HCSP) will strengthen the partnership between the Haywood County Public Library - Canton Branch and the Canton Senior Center.
Funding Amount: 
$5000
2019 to 2020
AoU 312 Health Happens in Libraries! The West Virginia School of Osteopathic Medicine (WVSOM) James R.
Funding Amount: 
$5000
2019 to 2020
AoU 313 Healthy Grocery Shopping for Seniors in a Food Desert The Healthy Living and Learning Center (HLLC) at the Petersburg Public Library provides a consistent and familiar place where community members go to obtain accurate and reliable health information an
Funding Amount: 
$15000
2019 to 2020
AoU 316 Improving Health Information Literacy with the EVMS Library: A Hampton Roads Community Initiative As one of the only medical schools in the nation founded by a grassroots effort from the local community, Eastern Virginia Medical School (EVMS) is committed to addressing our community’s most pressin
Funding Amount: 
$15000
2019 to 2020
AoU 323 Connecting for Health and Hunger According to the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA), more than 40 million Americans live in communities where access to healthy food is limited, identified as food deserts.
Funding Amount: 
$14988
2019 to 2020
AoU 328 Puentes a La Salud: Technology for Health Information Access LCS and VCU Libraries will collaborate to empower CHWs and other community leaders with resources and information from the National Library of Medicine (NLM) and other curated resources specific to Hi
Funding Amount: 
$14800
2019 to 2020
AoU 330 South Carolina Read Eat Grow In 2018 the South Carolina State Library began a statewide food literacy initiative called SC Read Eat Grow.
Funding Amount: 
$13100
2019 to 2020
AoU 340 North Carolina Engage for Health - Phase 2 The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (UNC) Health Sciences Library (HSL), part of the University Libraries, will implement a training program for library staff, students, and the public usi
Funding Amount: 
$9599
2019 to 2020
AoU 345 The Biomedical Research Education in Community Settings Project (BRECS Project) The BRECS Project teaches minority residents, public library, and community center staff in the Washington, D.C.
Funding Amount: 
$14972
2019 to 2020
AoU 353: Facilitating Rural Access to Quality Health Information through Little Free Libraries By partnering on a Little Free Libraries (LFL) initiative with Florida’s Okeechobee County Library (OCL), this project aims to improve rural residents’ health literacy and understanding of precision m
Funding Amount: 
$15000
2020
AoU Community Engagement 258 - Breaking the Barriers with Healthier Lifestyles: Advocate and Communicate with Low-Income Minority Students and Community Learners Restored Generation is an outreach organization focused on enriching and educating the underserved population.
Funding Amount: 
$10000
2018 to 2019
AoU Community Engagement 259 - Empower Parents -Equipping Parent Caregivers With Health Literacy Skills Empower Parents will equip parent caregivers with much needed health literacy tools and skills.
Funding Amount: 
$10000
2018 to 2019
AoU Community Engagement 260 - Promoting Healthly Previentive Care for Senior Adults and First-year Students at Alabama A & M University Drake LRC wants older African Americans and students to make healthy choices and avoid risky healthcare behaviors. However, the potential pitfalls for senior adults and students are great.
Funding Amount: 
$6068
2018 to 2019
AoU Community Engagement 261 - Project HEAL (Health Empowerment and Literacy) Project HEAL will combine health literacy with English language instruction at the Trident Literacy Association (TLA) in Charleston, SC.
Funding Amount: 
$10000
2018 to 2019

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