Jack Kent Cooke Foundation
The Foundationís Good Neighbor grants Program seeks to identify and strengthen ties with youth-serving nonprofits in the Northern Virginia, metropolitan Washington, D.C., and Maryland areas that are helping students with significant financial need reach their full potential through education. Programs must focus on K-12 education, college access and completion, or visual and performing arts education. They must serve low- to moderate income students including those who demonstrate strong academic potential. And they must meaningfully benefit participating students. The Program can support the establishment of new programs or the enhancement of existing initiatives that support high potential low-income students. Priority is given to programs that promote engagement, enrichment, creativity, talent development, and intellectual curiosity. Applicants must be located in Loudon, Fairfax, Arlington, Prince William, Clarke, or Fauquier counties in Virginia or the cities of Alexandria, Manassas, Manassas Park or Falls Church, Virginia; the District of Columbia, or Montgomery or Prince Georgeís counties in Maryland. Additional information can be found on the Web site.
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