Grant Helps Provide Reading Opportunities for Thousands of Michigan Children
Thousands of Michigan children will be inspired to read thanks to a $55,125 grant from the Consumers Energy Foundation that supports the Library of Michigan’s Ready to Read Michigan book program.
The support from the Consumers Energy Foundation will help the Library of Michigan Foundation provide books and reading kits to public libraries to reach out to children across the state, ages birth to age 5. The effort, in its third year, promotes an early connection to books and reading for Michigan’s newest generation. Ready to Read Michigan is an early literacy program to support public libraries designed to highlight the importance of reading with our very young. For more information about the Consumers Energy Foundation, visit www.ConsumersEnergy.com/foundation.
For more information about Ready To Read Michigan and the Library of Michigan Foundation, go online to: http://www.Michigan.gov/ReadytoRead and http://www.LibraryofMichiganFoundation.org.
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