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Feed Your Brain Application Instructions

Now Accepting Applications for Feed Your Brain 2017

About Feed Your Brain

Since 2001, School’s Out Washington has worked in partnership with the Children’s Alliance, Discuren Charitable Foundation, and since 2010 Page Ahead, to address summer learning loss and summertime hunger through the Feed Your Brain project, which provides grants and training to schools, community-based organizations and/or tribes running summer programs in rural areas of Washington State. The overarching goal of Feed Your Brain is to increase the number of children who participate in academic and enrichment activities and receive at least two nutritious meals through the federally subsidized Summer Feeding Service Program.

Learn More About Feed Your Brain

Timeline

Instructions for completing online grant application

Qualifications

To qualify for a Feed Your Brain grant, programs must provide summer literacy (reading and writing) activities and sponsor an open site through the Summer Food Service Program in high-need, rural communities (defined as a town population of 25,000 or less) where resources are limited. To determine how your program can qualify as a Summer Food Service Program sponsor, please call Jennifer Mitchell at 360.725.6056.

Applicants may apply for up to $5,000. Funds may be used to pay for costs associated with summer learning activities (salaries, training, transportation, curriculum, supplies, equipment, furniture and contracted services).

Who May Apply/Minimum Requirements

Terms for Contracts

For questions about the Feed Your Brain project, please contact Shannon Ginn Robinson by email: srobinson@schoolsoutwashington.org or phone: (206) 323-2396.

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