ALSC now accepting applications for Strengthening Communities Through Libraries Minigrants
For Immediate Release
Program Officer, Projects & Partnerships
Association for Library Service to Children (ALSC)
CHICAGO — The Association for Library Service to Children (ALSC) is now accepting online applications for the Strengthening Communities Through Libraries Minigrants. These grants are made possible through a grant from the Dollar General Literacy Foundation.
Proposals should include programming that strengthens community opportunities for STEAM learning during school breaks. ALSC will award twelve $5,000 Strengthening Communities Through Libraries minigrants to members in public libraries and develop supplemental resources that will be made widely available to support the out-of-school time programming of libraries and other community organizations. The deadline to apply is Oct. 20, 2017.
Applicants must be personal members of ALSC and recipient libraries must be within 20 miles of a Dollar General location. For more information and to apply for the Strengthening Communities Through Libraries Minigrant, please visit ALSC’s Grants and Corporate Partnerships page.
The Association for Library Service to Children is the world's largest organization dedicated to the support and enhancement of library service to children. ALSC's network includes more than 4,000 children's and youth librarians, children's literature experts, publishers, education and library school faculty members, and other adults dedicated to creating a better future for children through libraries.
About the Dollar General Literacy Foundation
The Dollar General Literacy Foundation is proud to support initiatives that help others improve their lives through literacy and education. Since 1993, the Foundation has awarded more than $97 million in grants to nonprofit organizations, helping more than 5.8 million individuals take their first steps toward literacy, a general education diploma or English proficiency. To learn more about the Dollar General Literacy Foundation, visit www.dgliteracy.org.