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Funding opportunities, grants, and recognition awards.

Summer Camps

May 19, 2016


Summer Menu

Camps can be particularly important for children and teens with disabilities by offering them the opportunity to interact with their peers and the world around them. These interactions help increase their confidence while building friendships. Children with disabilities have many choices when it comes to attending a summer camp. Inclusionary camps operate similarly to a mainstreamed classroom.

Dyslexia Testing Grant

May 19, 2016


The Way Forward

Since April 2012, the Donegan Burns Foundation has offered the Dyslexia Testing and Intervention Grant awarding thousands of dollars in the fight toward literacy. This private foundation has made it a goal to help those underserved with dyslexia. The grants, which are intended to assist with teacher education, equipment, testing, and intervention, are available to schools, afterschool programs and nonprofit organizations that work with children. The foundation’s funding helps to intervene before at-risk children with dyslexia reach third grade. With this support, these children can—and do—learn to read.

Authors Visitng Schools

Apr 01, 2016


Bring an Author into Your Classroom

A comprehensive list of authors who do school visits can be found through the Society of Children’s Book Writers and Illustrators (SCBWI) Speaker’s Bureau.

Mar 01, 2016


Collaborate with Engineering Mentors

DiscoverE Collaboration Grants facilitate collaboration within the engineering community and engage youth (particularly underserved K–12 students) with hands-on learning experiences and events that inspire an interest and understanding of engineering. Five $1,000 grants will be awarded to help fund programs led by a diverse team of at least three partnering organizations that are inspiring others to discover engineering.

Funding for Therapy

Jan 21, 2016


Window of Opportunity

Imagine A Way (IAW) is a nonprofit organization dedicated to helping families dealing with autism. Children between the ages of 2 and 7 make the greatest advances, and because every day children are entering, and leaving, this window of opportunity, Imagine A Way funds therapies for children in these preschool years.

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