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ACPC 21st CCLC Receives $2K Grant

The Dollar General Literacy Foundation recently awarded Adair County Primary Center 21st CCLC a $2,000 grant to support summer literacy. This local grant is part of more than $8.6 million in grants awarded to more than 950 schools, nonprofits and organizations across the communities Dollar General serves.

"The 21st CCLC-Camp Casey program at Adair County Primary Center is delighted to receive this grant to assist us in continuing to improve the literacy of our students. 21st CCLC-Camp Casey is a before/after school and summer program provider that has been serving this community since 2004. In the past 16 years we have provided supplemental academic and enrichment opportunities to ensure the success of Adair County students and their families. During this unique time in our history, we plan to utilize these grant funds to continue that work. We will be providing books and literacy materials for our students and families this summer to use at home for remote learning." --Dana Harmon, 21st CCLC Director ACPC

"During these extraordinary times, the Dollar General Literacy Foundation remains steadfast in its commitment to support communities' literacy and educational advancements through funds that will impact thousands of students across the country," said Todd Vasos, Dollar General's CEO and Dollar General Literacy Foundation board member. "We are proud to support the meaningful and impactful work that each of today's recipients conduct and support their ongoing efforts to help individuals improve their lives through literacy and education."



The Dollar General Literacy Foundation is proud to support initiatives that help others improve their lives through literacy and education. Since its inception in 1993, the Dollar General Literacy Foundation has awarded more than $182 million in grants to nonprofit organizations, helping more than 11 million individuals take their first steps toward literacy or continued education.


This story was posted on 2020-05-21 13:35:46
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