American Rescue Plan: Humanities Grants for Libraries is a $2 million grant program to anchor libraries as strong humanities institutions as they rebuild from the pandemic and restore activities. American Library Association (ALA) will award up to 200 ARP grants of $10,000 each to libraries with an emphasis on reaching historically under-served and/or rural communities.
ALA provides all you need to know with the links below: (And note the free webinar!)
- Project guidelines
- Frequently asked questions (FAQ)
- Application preview (PDF)
- Apply online
- Schedule a 20-minute consultation call with ALA PPO staff
- Register for a free Oct. 27 webinar to learn about the application process; the webinar will be recorded and available here following the live broadcast
American Rescue Plan: Humanities Grants for Libraries is administered by ALA’s Public Programs Office. To be notified about future grants and opportunities from ALA’s Public Programs Office, sign up for ALA’s Programming Librarian newsletter.