Grants

Through generous funding from the Dollar General Literacy Foundation, YALSA is currently able to offer the following grant to YALSA members:

Teen Read Week Grant

Ten libraries who propose innovative literacy-focused Teen Read Week activities will be given a grant of $1000 each to help fund their activities.  Apply now through June 1, 2015.

Teens' Top Ten Book Giveaway

Forty sets of the 2015 Teens' Top Ten nominees will be given away to libraries in need. Apply now through May 1, 2015.  The application period is now closed.

Sign up as an online community on this website to get updates and announcements about the grants. 

Questions? Contact Emily Weeden at eweeden@ala.org

Want more Grants?

YALSA members are eligible to apply for over $150,000 worth of grants, awards and stipends from YALSA each year, as well as all of ALA's grants.  ALA/YALSA membership starts at just $60 per year.  Learn more or join at www.ala.org/yalsa/join.

Join this site!

Join this Teen Read Week website for great resources and opportunities such as:

  • A low-res download of the 2015 TRW themed logo (found under the planning tab - must be signed into account)
  • Free access to archived TRW related webinars
  • Opportunity to participate in the free TRW webinar, "Build Your Budget", on Tuesday, April 21 at 12 p.m. Eastern!
  • Alerts about grant opportunities
  • More perks to come so be sure to register and check back for updates!

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Teen Read Week on the YALSA Blog

Get Away @ Your Library!

Get Away @ Your Library can mean a lot of different things to different people. When I think of it I think about why I read. One of the best things about reading is how it takes you to new and exciting places. Whether it is books about other cultures, time travel or historical events, Read More →

Develop Creative Programming for Teen Read Week

I’ll confess that there have been cycles in my ten years of teen services where my creativity to develop innovative library programs suddenly depletes itself. It takes time until I kick my own butt back into gear. I’m sure you’re familiar with this feeling that can result from the graduation of most of your teen Read More →

Teen Read 2015 Program ideas

I have two new favorite teen program ideas – Blind Date a Book and Food Truck Menu Challenge. Ok, Blind Date a Book isn’t very new; more often than not, you’ll see this in February for Library Lovers’ Month. Librarians across the country have taken this idea out for a ride and given it their Read More →

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