Candlewick Light the Way Grant
Award and Frequency
A $3000 grant will be awarded to a library with exceptional outreach to underserved populations.
The winner will submit a midpoint evaluation to the LSSPCC Committee by December 30 of the following year. The midpoint evaluation will ask the winner to note what steps have been taken thus far in the grant project, describe any difficulties or changes that need to be made, and to make any other relevant comments.
An evaluation must be submitted to the LSSPCC Committee by June 30 two years after the award year. This report will include information about the completed project, as well as publicity, the annual budget, testimonials, etc.
Please fill out the online application located on the ALSC website.
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Special population children and their caregivers; these may include those who have learning or physical differences, those who are speaking English as a second language, those who are in a non-traditional school environment, those who are in non-traditional family settings (such as teen parents, foster children, children in the juvenile justice system, and children in gay and lesbian families), and those who need accommodation service to meet their needs.
The successful grant applicant will describe a program or service that will address one or more of the above special populations. The winning project should be well thought-out, doable, appropriate to the target population, and easily replicated by other libraries.