The Lois Lenski Covey Foundation

17 January 2019 -- THE 2019 BOOKMOBILE GRANT APPLICATION IS NOW AVAILABLE

 

The 2019 Bookmobile Grant Application is now available on this website. To access it, use the navigation panel on the left of this webpage to select the "Bookmobile Grant Application" page. If you have not already done so, please navigate to the "Bookmobile Grants" page first, where you will find information regarding the grants, including important background information and eligibility requirements.

17 January 2019 -- GRANTS AWARDED FOR 2018

We are pleased to announce the Bookmobile grants and the Literacy Program grants for 2018 were awarded to the following organizations:

Avery-Mitchell-Yancy Regional Library System, Burnsville, NC

Bath County Memorial Library, Owingsville, KY

Cypress-Fairbanks Independent School District, Houston, TX

Every Child a Reader, New York, NY

Fit Girls of Wilton Maine, Wilton, ME

Friends of SCC Bookmobile, Carney's Point, NJ

Friends of the Lompoc Public Library System, Lompoc, CA

Gwinnett County Public Schools, Suwanee, GA

Jumpstart for Young Children, San Francisco, CA

Maine School Administration District #60, North Berwick, ME

Make Way for Books, Tucson, AZ

Pulaski County Public Library, Somerset, KY

Read to Me Project, Carmel Valley, CA

Reading Partners, Oakland, CA

Regional School Unit 68, Dover-Foxcraft, ME

RSVP, King of Prussia, PA

Salinas Public Library, Salinas, CA

SPARK*SF Public Schools, San Francisco, CA

Suffolk Public Library, Suffolk, VA

The Reading Team, New York, NY

Via Services, Santa Clara, CA

YMCA of Barry County, Hastings, MI

Youth Services Bureau, Springfield, IL

27 October 2016 -- THE CHARITABLE FOCUS OF THE LOIS LENSKI COVEY FOUNDATION HAS CHANGED SIGNIFICANTLY

 

The LLC Foundation celebrated its 50th anniversary in 2017. Along with that milestone came a significant change in its charitable giving. The Foundation now has two grant programs. The first is focused on supporting innovative childrens' literacy programs in the Baltimore, New York City, Philadelphia, and Sacramento/San Francisco regions. The second is focused on providing grants for purchasing children's books for bookmobile programs around the nation. Both grant types are specifically for literacy or bookmobile programs that serve socio-economically disadvantaged children.


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