OSLA Community Grant Application
For a literacy project by the Council and for the community, schools, or classrooms.
Application Deadline is April 18, 2020 or any time before then.
Judging will be done by the OSLA Council Grant Committee Chair-Beth LaForce.
*The Oregon State Literacy Association has reinstated Council Community Grants for 2019-2020.
*Grants will be awarded to councils (not individual OSLA members) in the amount of $100.00 to be used to encourage literacy in their local area. In the past Community Grants have been used to help fund summer reading programs, books on the bus, purchasing books to be placed in restaurants, etc.
*The Council will submit an article to The Oracle about the project and give a report regarding the grant activity and progress at the Leadership Meeting August 3-4, 2020.
Please complete the following application form and return to Beth LaForce (blaforce@georgeFox.edu) by April 18, 2020 or any time until then. The Grant needs to be completed by the Council by submitting the following information. (This is not a grant made to individuals.)
The following criteria will be used to determine acceptability of the proposal:
*The clarity and completeness of the proposal
*its value in promoting literacy
*The projects impact
*The use of effective literacy practices
Capitol Reading Council - serving Marion and Polk counties
Driftwood Reading Council – serving Coos and Curry counties
Lane County Literacy Council – serving Lane county
Mid-Valley Literacy Chapter – serving Linn, Benton, and Lincoln counties
Mountain Valleys Reading Council – serving Wallowa, Union, and Baker counties
Portland Reading Council – serving Clackamas and Multnomah counties and part of Washington county (Beaverton, Sherwood, and Tigard-Tualatin)
Rogue Valley Literacy Council – serving Jackson, Josephine, and Klamath counties
Three Sisters Literacy Association – serving Deschutes, Crook, and Jefferson counties
Umpqua Literacy Council – serving Douglas county
Vineyard Valley Literacy Council – serving Yamhill county and part of Washington county (Banks, Forest Grove, Gaston, and Hillsboro)
Name of person(s) submitting application
Description of the Proposed Grant including how the money will be spent.
Description of how the Grant relates to the Mission of OSLA.
Plan for sharing results at Leadership and beyond.
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