Grant to Support Explorations of Global Literature

By readinginthebordelands

Worlds of Words is an organization devoted to connecting children with books in ways that promote intercultural understanding. They just announced funding for groups of educators:

“Worlds of Words is excited to announce the availability of grants of $750-1000 for literacy communities who want to explore the use of global literature to build international understanding.”

Visit their grant page for more information. Grant applications are due January 8, 2011.

2 thoughts on “Grant to Support Explorations of Global Literature

  1. Aggrey Mushira July 13, 2011 / 3:38 am

    Dear all. I just came across your web page. We have an NGO in Kenya called Inside Out Learning which runs an educational program dedicated to improving the quality of teaching while addressing specific educational requirements that extend beyond preparing children for examination. The educational program focuses on preparing children for the complex challenges of life which includes skills necessary to help them earn a living, raise a family and build a community. The key objective of the program is to produce innovative, productive, self reliant, morally strong, capable, contributing citizens of the world who are ready to change inside out. We have established a strong presence in Kenya combined with years worth of experience, working with primary school teachers and administrators.
    Our resources are meager hence I got interested in your grant offer which would help us develop mechanism for reaching a wider area. This will in effect meet our objective. It seems like your dateline for applications is overdue and I was wondering if you could consider us within your funding program. You may reach us in the email provided.
    Thank you kindly and may your worthy endeavors attains immense results.


    Aggrey Mushira

    • readingintheborderlands July 13, 2011 / 9:58 am

      Hi Aggrey–you would need to contact Worlds of Words directly. Their website is I just posted information about the grant so that people would know about it. Unfortunately, I don’t have any control over it!

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