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At-Risk Children

Grants to Vermont and New Hampshire Organizations
to Promote Literacy for Low-Income Children

GrantWatch ID#: 176746
Agency Type:

Foundation / Corporation

Children’s Literacy Foundation (CLiF)


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Grants to Vermont and New Hampshire community organizations, school-based programs, and social service providers for literacy programming aimed at low-income children and families. Programs must serve children ages 0-12 who are at risk of growing up without sufficient literacy skills.

An organization, program, or facility must meet these requirements to apply for CLiF’s At-Risk Children sponsorship:

-Be a social service provider, school-based program*, or community organization in Vermont or New Hampshire;

-Serve children from birth to age 12 (or within that range);

-At least 35% of the children served must qualify for free or reduced lunch, reduced program tuition, or a scholarship;

-Be able to gather at least 30 children for a storytelling event.

*Examples of eligible school-based programs: ELL classrooms, after school programs, extracurricular programs. Educators cannot apply for this grant on behalf of their entire school.

The Spring 2017 application is due December 7, 2016.

Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.

Apply Online:

1536 Loomis Hill Road
Waterbury Center, VT 05677


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USA: New Hampshire   Vermont

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