Available Grants

TECH RELATED GRANTS

Focused on youth literacy in Georgia. Awards up to $4,000.00. Proposals can include implementing new or expanding existing programs, purchasing new technology or equipment, or purchasing books, materials or software. You may need your FSCSKEY (or FSCS ID) number from IMLS: https://www.imls.gov/labs/search-compare/index. It will be the identifier next to your library system's name in the search (i.e. GA1234). The FSCS ID will belong to governing library system and not the individual branch. Login in to the online application for application requirements and grant contact information. The application process looks much easier for public libraries this year!


  • Georgia-Pacific (GP) Foundation 4 E's Grant - Due Ongoing

Focused on programs in the four areas of education, environment, enrichment, and entrepreneurship. Applicants must be in a 30 mile radius of a GP community. Applications should be programmatic in nature, with technology making up a portion of the proposal. FAQs with important grant details are available here.


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If you would like any assistance applying for these tech grants, please do not hesitate to contact Shannan Furlow at techgrants@georgialibraries.org or use the Want Help? form on the website.

We are happy to provide assistance in any phase of the process, from brainstorming ideas to reviewing applications to guidance on grant reporting.

NON-TECH GRANTS

Updated March 20, 2020