Keystone Fund grants are used to help public libraries build new facilities, renovate older buildings, and make services more accessible. These projects include ramps, automatic doors, and elevators for the disabled, as well as vital structural, energy-savings, and safety. Grants are limited to $500,000.
Since the inception of the Keystone Fund, municipalities have requested more than $50 million in grant funds. As of 2018, more than $24 million in Keystone Fund grants have been awarded to support over 365 projects in 48 different counties across Pennsylvania.