Dollar General Literacy Foundation Presents More Than $50,000 to Help Rebuild Five School Libraries
Jan 26, 2022
- Grand Caillou Middle School in Houma, Louisiana
- Raceland Middle School in Raceland, Louisiana
- Selmer Elementary School in Selmer, Tennessee
- Wanda Kendall Elementary School in Watseka, Illinois
- Whitehall Junior Senior High in Whitehall, New York
“In the spirit of Dollar General’s mission of Serving Others, the Dollar General Literacy Foundation is proud to help rebuild these school libraries after their communities were impacted by significant flooding and hurricanes,” said Denine Torr, executive director of the Dollar General Literacy Foundation. “We hope these funds will support the libraries’ restoration and provide new resources, helping students to continue being inspired and engaged in learning.”
Eligible applicants must be public schools serving students from pre-kindergarten through 12th grade located within 15 miles of a Dollar General store, distribution center or the Company’s Store Support Center in Goodlettsville, Tennessee. The library must have either lost its building or incurred substantial damage or hardship due to a natural disaster, fire or act recognized by the federal government as terrorism. Applications must be made within two years of the disaster.
For more information or to apply for a Beyond Words grant, visit dgliteracy.org.