York County Literacy Council receives grant
The York County Literacy Council has received a $10,000 grant through the Dollar General Literacy Foundation.
The Dollar General Literacy Foundation recently awarded $236,000 in literacy grants to nonprofits, libraries and schools in Pennsylvania. The company awarded a total of $8.2 million across 47 states for adult, family and summer literacy programs.
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The program funded 40 organizations in Pennsylvania that are expected to help more than 11,000 people.
The Dollar General Literacy Foundation is accepting applications for youth literacy grants through Thursday, May 19, at 11 p.m. Eastern time. The funds will benefit schools, public libraries and nonprofit organizations within a 15-mile radius of a Dollar General store. Grant applications are available at www.dgliteracy.org.
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