M. Vivian Hubbard Memorial Grant

Book Mobile Services

 Applicants need not be employed in a library at time of application.

M. Vivian Hubbard was State President of the Federated Women's Clubs in the early 1950's. The rural bookmobile program originated in North Dakota with much influence from the Federated Women's Clubs. Hubbard believed in this program and requested that memorial funds at her death be donated to NDLA to further interest in bookmobiles. The grant may be used for formal college or university classroom work, independent study, workshops, conferences, or participation in any other activity that will further the work of the bookmobile, including the purchase of books or other materials.


  1. Applicant must:
    • be a current member of NDLA
    • agree to submit an evaluative report of how the grant was used to the NDLA Executive Board and said report will be published in The Good Stuff.


  1. Applicants must: agree to submit an evaluative report to the NDLA Executive Board upon completion of the program for publication in The Good Stuff
  2. No applicant may receive more than one grant per 24 months
  3. Completed application forms must be submitted by August 1 of each year
  4. A portion of expenses (dependent upon the NDLA budget) will be reimbursed upon completion of travel
  5. A written contract between NDLA and the grant recipient will be entered into regarding completion of conditions.

To receive your grant, fill out the reimbursement form here and send to Jesse Leraas @ [email protected]