Funding and grants
There are a number of opportunities available via grants to assist in the delivery of library services to the Queensland public.
Advance Queensland STEM.I.AM coding and robotics public library grant funding is an opportunity to utilise and strengthen existing connections between Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people and libraries through activities that will increase STEM engagement for Indigenous students from grades 5 to 12.
Information about the Public Library Grant provided to Queensland public libraries by the State Library of Queensland.
Links to external sources of funding available to organisations and individuals, including public libraries.
OPAL Grants are available to Queensland public libraries to implement innovative projects at the local level which facilitate online access in libraries.
VISION 2017 grants are designed to support Queensland public libraries to become creative community spaces; physical and virtual connectors; technology trendsetters; and incubators of ideas, learning and innovation.
State Library of Queensland funding recipients are required, as a condition of the funding, to acknowledge the financial assistance provided by the Queensland Government.