Foundation / Corporation
Sandra Bornstein Holocaust Education Center
Grants of up to $500 to Rhode Island middle and high school teachers for educational programs or projects that involve the literature, history, and stories of the Holocaust. The purpose of this award is to support qualified educators in teaching the history of the Holocaust in order to promote human dignity and justice and serve as a memorial to its victims.
Funding may be used for improving their personal Holocaust education or for developing classroom projects, lessons, and materials for teaching Holocaust education during the 2018-2019 school year.
Though the grant may be used for any Holocaust-related use, the following list provides some acceptable uses: for a Holocaust workshop fee, for a Holocaust course tuition, Holocaust-related videos, DVDs, books or posters, a trip to a Holocaust memorial museum, computer hardware or software used for your unit, materials for Holocaust display, and a speaker fee.
GrantWatch ID#: 155688
Educators are invited to apply for a grant of up to $500.
Projects may take place during the 2018-2019 academic year.
Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.
Send application and letter to:
Sandra Bornstein Holocaust Center
401 Elmgrove Ave.
Providence, RI 02906
Paula Olivieri, Education Coordinator
May-Ronny Zeidman, Executive Director
USA: Rhode Island
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