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Success By 6 Mini-Grant Guidelines & Application PDF Print E-mail
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Mini-Grant application for
Early Childhood Literacy Projects

2015-2016


Deadline of September 1, 2015 

The goal of the Success By 6 Mini-Grant Program for Early Childhood Literacy Projects is to provide funding to early childhood educators and child care providers for the purpose of conducting a literacy event(s) that will nurture a love for reading and learning in young children (0 – 5) and their families.

Project applications will be reviewed and awarded by a panel of early childhood care givers and other professionals in the area of literacy. To qualify for review a program must meet these basic program objectives:

  • The literacy event must include activities that focus around a book(s).
  • Each child is to receive a copy of a book related to the activity.
  • Parent/family activities should be included in the project. The parent(s)/family may be included in the event, or at the very least the applicant needs to provide details of how they will encourage literacy activities to be extended at home.
  • Detailed budget. (For projects with 6 – 12 children participants, the budget may not exceed $500. For projects with 13 – 18 children participants, the budget may not exceed $750. For projects with more than 18 children participants, the budget may not exceed $1,000)
  • Projects must involve at least 6 children participants. Grants may not exceed $1,000.00.

Eligibility is extended to the following programs within the UWWV service area of Clay, Parke, Sullivan, Vermillion and Vigo counties in Indiana and Clark County in Illinois:

  • Licensed child care centers or homes that currently participate in Paths to QUALITY.
  • Unlicensed registered ministries participating in Paths to QUALITY or the Ministry Mentoring Project.
  • Pre-K programs associated with state accredited educational programs.
  • UWWV supported early childhood programs.
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