DISCRETIONARY GRANT PROGRAM
The Brooke Jackman Foundation Discretionary Grant Program provides funding of up to $2,500 at any time during the year. These grants may be used to plan larger projects or to carry out programs in which only a modest amount of funding is required. The Foundation is open to proposals rooted in any literacy disciplines in any format. Proposals are submitted in the form of a two- to three-page letter that addresses all proposal requirements in a brief and concise format. The proposal must include an itemized budget for the use of the funds requested. For Discretionary Grants, funding decisions are normally made within 30 days following our receipt of the proposal. Applicants must submit only the original proposal.
Postmark deadline: June 15.
YOUTH LITERACY GRANT PROGRAM
The Brooke Jackman Foundation Youth Literacy Grant Program provides funding to schools and nonprofit organizations to help with the implementation or expansion of literacy programs for students in underserved communities to enhance their love of reading.
Postmark Deadline: June 15 for allocation of funding in August.
FAMILY LITERACY GRANT PROGRAM
The Brooke Jackman Foundation Family Literacy Grant Program provides funding to family literacy service providers. Family literacy programs applying must have the following four components:
1. Parent and child together time;
2. Parent peer group time;
3. Specific pre-reading activities for children; and
4. Literacy-based instructions for parents.
Postmark Deadline(s): June 15 for allocation of funding in August.
BACK TO SCHOOL WITH BROOKE PACKS PROGRAM
The Back to School with Brooke Packs Program provides children in need with backpacks that contain all the essentials to go back to school. Please send requests to info@BrookeJackmanFoundation.org. No individual requests, please.
Postmark Deadline: June 15
LITERACY GRANT APPLICATION PROCESS AND GUIDELINES
WHO IS ELIGIBLE?
Any incorporated nonprofit organization in New York City is eligible to apply. Incorporated nonprofit
organizations based outside New York are also eligible if their project deals with a subject or subjects directly related to New York and a significant audience within the state is anticipated. Individuals are not eligible to apply for Foundation grants.
HOW CAN MY NONPROFIT ORGANIZATION APPLY?
To apply for a grant, please follow the Foundation’s guidelines and requirements. Applications are accepted by mail only. Click here for information. download 100kb pdf