we all Posters - Education Grant

Global Diversity Grant

We began the we all poster project with the first set of posters in 2009. The third and final set was produced in 2011, just in time for the 50th anniversary of Peace Corps. By 2014, we had covered all expenses and startup loans, and were beginning to make a profit. We are pleased to offer these proceeds to deserving programs in the form of our Global Diversity Grants.

Grant Amount

Grants total up to $500 maximum to a single group in a single year for a project. Groups may also request one complimentary set of we all posters, additional sets can be purchased. Priority is given to complete applications and schools that serve low-income groups.

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Grant applications will be evaluated three times a year; notifications sent approximately two weeks after the submission deadline:

  • December 1, midnight
  • March 1, midnight
  • September 1, midnight

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Grant Recipients

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

December 2017:

  • no applications received

September 2017:

  • no applications received

March 2017:

  • University of Wisconsin, River Falls, WI – Green Card Voices exhibit

December 2016:

  • Huntley Elementary School, Appleton, WI – What are the stories of our lives? Helping students to see themselves through literature

September 2016:

  • Central Bucks East High School, Doylestown, PA – Global Human Rights and Dignity

March 2016:

  • 21st Century Preparatory School, Racine, WI – Global Learning Day
  • Roaring Fork High School, Carbondale, CO – A Historical and Literary Examination of Civil Rights History
  • Lowell IB World School, Milwaukee, WI – IB World Carnival

December 2015:

  • Oshkosh North High School, Oshkosh, WI – DiverseCity at Work
  • McAuliffe Elementary School, Chicago, IL – Global Universals: Native American Dance
  • Albuquerque Academy and Wilson Middle School, Albuquerque, NM – Plant for Peace
  • Wayland Academy, Beaver Dam, WI – Global Health Issues Book Talks
  • Pedro Menendez High School, St. Augustine, FL – Cultural Fair Expansion
  • KM Global, Wales, WI – World Map Project

September 2015:

  • Patrick Marsh Middle School, Sun Prairie, WI – Global Reading Challenge
  • Cuba City High School, Cuba City, WI – Global Understanding Through Literature
  • Torres Elementary School, Chicago, IL – Torres Counts World Map Project
  • Unity Elementary School, Balsam Lake, WI – Third Grade Festival of Nations

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  Returned Peace Corps Volunteers of Wisconsin-Madison is a public charity registered under section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code of the United States. Its EIN is 39-1669348. It is also an affiliate group of the National Peace Corps Association (NPCA).


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