P-3363

Baker Literacy Project

Description

Financing

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History Logs

Project Description

Country: USA

Location: Baker City, Or

Total Budget: $2,270

Area of Focus: Basic education and literacy

Activity Type: Education: Literacy

Summary: Provide books to kids in our county


This is the same program we have done since we've been in district 5400. A significant portion of our population is at or below the poverty level and unfortunately lack adequate parental involvement in the kids education needs. This money is a portion of the funds used in our county to fund the Baker County Community Literacy coalition. One of our members Manages the library system in our county and he is on the board of directors of the literacy coalition. The funds will be used to provide books to kids that they will own and can take home. Each book will be marked as a gift from Baker City Rotary. Currently a total of three of our members are actively involved in this reading program and we volunteer to read with kids at the schools throughout the school year.

Project Contact Person

District: 5400

Rotary Club of: Baker City

Primary Contact: Ken Krohn

Email: ken_kro@msn.com

Project Status

Signed
This project is "Signed". This means that the signatures from the club leadership have been collected. This project is now being reviewed by the district leadership for approval. Once a decision is made, the status of the project will be changed to "Approved".

Project listed for the 2020-21 Rotary Year.

Proposed Financing

Existing Contributions Towards This Project

Date

Cash

DDF

Total

Baker City (5400)

28-May-20

$1,135

$1,135

$2,270

Total

$1,135

$1,135

$2,270

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History Log Entries

28-May-20

by Ines Crespo

Your project summary needs to be a short sentence that explains the project. It should provide information about what activity is being funded, who is benefiting from the activity, and the name of the location of the project or activity, including the city or country. For example, "Five computers provided to schools for children in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia."

28-May-20

by Ken Krohn

System Entry: Creation of project page.

29-May-20

by Marianne Barker

Please review the recommendations we have made in the "Back to Project" side of the History Logs tab. Save your changes, then initiate the signature process. To be considered for funding your grant must be signed. Do this by clicking on the "Start Club Signature Process" button on the Administration side of the Description tab. Deadline for signatures is June 1, 2020. Only the signatures of the 2020-21 club president and the primary contact person are required. If you request more signers, then their signatures will also be required.

29-May-20

by Ines Crespo

Your grant needs to have two signatories. One is your 2020-2021 club president, and the other your club grant manager. These can't be the same person. If you don't have a club grant manager, please assign a club member this role and add them to your signatories and have them sign the grant. This needs to be done by June 1st.

29-May-20

by Ken Krohn

System Entry: Project sent for club signatures.

29-May-20

by Ken Krohn

System Entry: Project signed by Ken Krohn.

30-May-20

by Ken Krohn

System Entry: Project reverted to "Submitted" - Anthony Bailey added to the list of signatories.

30-May-20

System Entry

System Entry: Project signed by Anthony Bailey.

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