The Snapdragon Book Foundation seeks to foster children's literacy by providing grants to school libraries serving disadvantaged youth.
Grants are awarded to public, private, and experimental schools throughout the United States.
In a time when many schools are reallocating their funds to technology and audiovisual equipment, the Foundation hopes to make sure that school libraries are still offering children good books to read.
Acceptable uses of grant money include:
- books that will be used repeatedly by school-aged children through classroom libraries or a central library;
- processing or cataloging fees from book vendors;
- reference materials for use by students; and,
- magazine or newspaper subscriptions.
Schools will be able to apply for these grants for 2018 in January. For additional information, and an application, click here.