AVAILABLE grants

tech related:

Archival efforts that focus on content from communities that are marginalized due to race, ethnicity, national origin, gender, class, sexuality, religion, ability, and/or geographic location. Applications should be a larger preservation project, with technology making up a portion of the proposal. Community participation in decision making should be an important part of the proposal.


Focused on efforts to extend the life of collections and make content more accessible, primarily through the use of digital technology. Applications should be a larger preservation project, with technology making up a portion of the proposal. The NEH webpage for this grant includes a detailed list of resources, steps for applying, and examples of previously funded projects.


General grant focusing on counties in Georgia and strengthening communities. Applications should be programmatic in nature, with technology making up a portion of the proposal. Funder contacts are assigned by region and available for inquiries about the grant and your potential proposal. If you are interested, please reach out in advance to see if your proposal is a good fit. The funder prefers to vet proposal ideas in advance of application.


  • Georgia-Pacific (GP) Foundation 4 E's Grant - Due Ongoing (final date in calendar year October 31st)

Focused on programs in the four areas education, environment, enrichment and entrepreneurship. Applicants must be in a 30 miles 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 is available here.



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: