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Current NYCSLS Grant Opportunities
MyLibraryNYC Automation Grant
If your school does not have the Destiny Library Catalog, and the books are not barcoded, please fill our this grant to apply for our office to help with this process!
Collection Maintenance Program Application
The New York City School Library System (NYCSLS) is seeking applicants for our Collection Maintenance Program. This program provides a menu of services to school libraries in NYC including weeding, inventory, automation, and barcoding. Filling out this form is not a guarantee of being offered assistance, it is the tool to help NYCSLS understand the needs of the library and to be considered as a project site in the academic year 2022-2023. If you have filled this out in the past but still need more help, please submit again.
Technology Grants to Apply For
Professional Development Grants
Gift cards and in-kind product donation. Request more information from your local store manager
We are Teachers
Features teacher discounts and freebies!
Supply a Teacher
The Kids In Need Foundation’s Supply a Teacher program seeks to remove the burden of having to provide necessary resources from teachers in underserved schools. With each Supply A Teacher box delivered, a teacher receives items they need to fuel a full semester of active learning for their entire class, whether they are teaching in person or remotely. Applications are open to teachers at schools where 50% or more of students are enrolled in the National School Lunch Program. Almost all New York City schools would qualify.
Peggy Barber Tribute Grant
The grant, named after the late library leader Peggy Barber, aims to help ease library budget challenges by awarding three libraries $2,500 to support a proposed program, program series, or programming effort. Opens December 2022
Deadline: November 30th
Government Members for Capital Grants
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