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The Endangered Language Fund.

Dear all,
The Endangered Language Fund is pleased to announce the availability of the handbook entitled “Grant Writing for Indigenous Languages,” by Ofelia Zepeda and Susan Penfield. It is aimed primarily at U.S. tribes seeking U.S. funds, so we hope this will be of use to subscribers of this list. Please feel free to make use of this document, within limits of the copyright retained by the Arizona Board of Regents on behalf of the University of Arizona. The manual can be found at:

Click to access grant_writing.pdf


If you are not a tribal member but work with a tribe, please pass this information along to those who might be interested.
Doug Whalen DhW, President, ELF

Douglas H. Whalen, President
Endangered Language Fund
300 George St., Suite 900
New Haven, CT 06511
USA
+1-203-865-6163, ext. 265 (or 234 for whalen)
elf@endangeredlanguagefund.org

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