Foundation / Corporation
Indigo Love of Reading Foundation
02/14/20 11:59 PM EST
Grants to Canada public schools in eligible regions for programs that encourage literacy in elementary classrooms. Funding is intended for disadvantaged schools that receive a majority of their funding from the provincial or federal government. Funding will be used for the acquisition of educational resource materials and books to update school and classroom libraries with new books.
Literacy Fund grants are awarded to high-needs schools that effectively foster a culture of literacy despite limited resources. High-needs schools are defined as publicly funded elementary schools that receive at least 80% of their funding from the provincial or federal government. Generally, a “high-needs” school is considered to be one that is challenged by various socio-economic factors. These factors can include a higher than average number of students from single-parent or low-income families, a high level of transience among the student population, or a high number of students who face linguistic barriers to learning.
All successful grant recipients will receive funding over a three year period in the following way:
GrantWatch ID#: 177776
The number of grantees is determined based on the number of applicants, the funds available for granting and the quality of the applications.
Recipient schools are part of the grant program for three years.
Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.
Online Application Registration and Portal:
For questions or assistance with the application process, email:
Indigo Books & Music Inc.
468 King Street West, Suite 500
Toronto, Ontario M5V 1L8
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