TSLAC opens new competitive grant cycle; applications due Feb. 29, 2020

Binder with grants on the spine

Texas libraries will be happy for their gift of the extra time they will have to write their next TSLAC grant proposals. The agency released the grant guidelines and opened the application cycle for the 2021 grants earlier this month. This change allows applicants an additional 3-4 weeks to prepare their applications which will be due Feb. 29, 2020.

Accredited Texas public and academic libraries are eligible to apply annually for TSLAC competitive grants for local programming if funding allows.

The 2021 TSLAC grant offerings include Texas Reads, TexTreasures, Special Projects, and Regional ILS Collaborative grants. In addition, TSLAC is also accepting applications for the second round of the Library Grantsmanship Academy which provides eligible libraries grantsmanship training and potential for a grant award in FY 2022.  Libraries curious about specific TSLAC competitive grants are encouraged  to  review the upcoming grant offerings and requirements. TSLAC recently held several webinars discussing the 2021 grant programs. All are available for review on the TSLAC archived webinar page.

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