Posted by: Kathy Temean | August 3, 2011

Culturatti Kids Wish List Grant

Are you a teacher or school librarian in need of money to support to provide books and writing programs? Even if you aren’t, you can spread the word to a school who could use help by letting them know about the Culturatti Wish List Grant Program.

Culturatti Kids provides students and public schools in need with resources that our schools often lack; namely books and writing programs. Teachers and school librarians submit our grant application, called a Wish List, to Culturatti Kids. Wish Lists are accepted through September 15th. Grants are awarded once annually on October 31st.

Members of the Teachers for Literacy group may submit Wish Lists at any time for special consideration.

That’s it! No strings attached. It couldn’t be easier. We only ask that you send a letter detailing exactly how funds were used and the impact it made to your students, school or classroom. We especially like to provide funding to teachers who come up with innovative ideas to get kids inspired to write.

http://www.culturattikids.net/page/literary-grants

Talk tomorrow,

Kathy


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  1. Cultural Kids provides students and public schools in need with resources that our schools often lack; namely books and writing programs. Teachers and school librarians submit our grant application, called a Wish List, to Cultural Kids. Wish Lists are accepted through September 15th. Grants are awarded once annually on October 31st.

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