Library Services and Technology Act (LSTA) Grant Funding Opportunities
The application cycle for the FY 2015 competitive grants is now OPEN.
Application Deadline EXTENDED: Monday, March 10, 2014
Grants will be awarded in August 2014.
TSLAC recommends that potential applicants view and/or attend the following webinars:
- TSLAC Grant Funding Opportunities for FY2015 - Thursday, January 23, 2014, at 2 pm
- Apply for TSLAC Grants: What You Need To Know - Tuesday, February 4, 2014, at 2 pm
For help in determining the appropriate grant program for your library project, contact Erica A. McCormick, TSLAC Grants Administrator, via email at email@example.com or phone at 512-463-5527.
Focused on broad community needs for economic recovery, early childhood literacy, and electronic access to information, Impact Grants are designed to distribute funding as broadly as possible to impact lives all across Texas.
Special Projects Grants provide funds for programs that expand library services to all members of the library's community. Cooperation Grants provide funds for programs that promote cooperative services for learning and access to information.
Special Project and Library Cooperation Grant Recipients FY2014 | FY2013 - FY2012 - FY2011 - FY2010 - FY2009 - FY2003 - FY2002 - FY2001
Includes grant recipients by program, award amounts, and brief descriptions of grant projects. No grants were awarded from 2004 to 2008.
The Texas Reads Grant funds public library programs to promote reading and literacy within local communities.
Texas Reads Grant Recipients - FY2014 | FY2013 - FY2012 - FY2011 - FY2010 (Word) - FY2009 (Word) - FY2008 (Word) - FY2007 (Word) - FY2006 (Word)
Includes grant recipients, award amounts, and brief descriptions of grant projects.
TexTreasures is an annual grant program designed to help libraries make their special collections more accessible for the people of Texas and beyond. Activities considered for possible funding include digitization, microfilming, and cataloging.
Prospective grantees must register online through the TSLAC Grant Management System (GMS) to access grant applications once applications are made available.
In addition to managing the competitive grant application process, GMS allows grantees to manage all aspects of their grant programs, including:
- submitting performance and financial reports;
- submitting program and budget revisions; and
- requesting payments.
To learn more about GMS, please refer to the Grant Management System Manual.