Grant Opportunities

FY2018 LSTA Grant Round Information (released November 15, 2016)

Long Range Plans and Action Plans

Libraries are eligible for this grant round if they have the following on file with the MBLC:

To start the grant process, applicants submit a completed letter of intent form to Amy Clayton (amy.clayton@state.ma.us). Letters of intent are due by December 9, 2016.

Before You Submit

Before submitting a letter of intent, we strongly urge you to contact the various MBLC program specialists named in the list of grants by theme if you have any questions or need help selecting a program.

General questions about LSTA, this grant round, or your library's eligibility can be sent to Amy Clayton (amy.clayton@state.ma.us).

Town-Wide Preservation Assessments

The MBLC is accepting applications for Town-Wide Preservation Assessment grants until November 18, 2016. This is the first step in the process of preserving, arranging and describing, and digitizing local collections for access through the Digital Commonwealth.

For more information, see the program fact sheet or contact Gregor Trinkaus-Randall.

Page last updated on 11/17/2016