State Library of Kansas
Grants to Kansas public, private, academic, and school libraries for the purchase of new books that are thematically connected to the state or written by a Kansan author. Funding is intended to promote literacy, access to library materials, and lifelong learning throughout the state. Qualifying libraries will be reimbursed for the purchase of books included on the 2019 Kansas Notable Books List.
2019 KS Notable Book list - Each participating Kansas library will be reimbursed for the purchase of a single copy, in any format, of any or all of the books on the 2019 Kansas Notable Books List. Only the actual cost of the book will be reimbursed with grant funds. Any shipping costs, sales tax and/or protective book covers are the responsibility of individual recipient library.
GrantWatch ID#: 148684
Each participating Kansas library will be reimbursed for the purchase of a single copy, in a given format, of any or all of the books on the 2019 Kansas Notable Books List.
Grantees must purchase books and send invoices/receipts and required checklist to State Library on or before November 15, 2019.
Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.
Return a signed copy of the application by:
- Library courier
- Fax: 785-368-7291
State Library of Kansas
300 SW 10th Avenue 312-N
ATTN: Megan Schulz
Topeka, KS 66612
Email application, and direct questions about the grant opportunity to:
For questions about Kansas Notable Books, contact:
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