(REGIONAL FUNDING) Bush Foundation Funds (ME)

March 2010
Children & Youth Funding Report;3/12/2010, p12
The article informs that applications are being invited by the Maine Family Literacy Initiative, a Barbara Bush Foundation for Family Literacy program, to provide grants. Educational agencies, correctional agencies, nonprofit 501(c)(3) organizations, public institutions, or a consortium of these agencies can apply for grants, but they will have to provide family literacy programming including adult and early childhood education and interactive literacy services to families.


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