Grant Writing Mentorships
Every year Cambridge students are mentored in grant writing and all of them have submitted successful proposals that have been fully funded.
If you are interested in participating in this program, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Through these grants we have received full funding for our annual expenses for three years, as well as funding for school supplies and books.
Congratulations to the following students for their successful grant proposals in 2016:
Doug Robbins, St. Paul’s School, wrote a successful grant for $4,000 to help fund the technology and English Literacy Program.
Congratulations to the following Cambridge students for their successful grant proposals in 2015:
Megan Taing, Harvard University, senior, won a $3500 grant from the Vanderbilt Trust that will help fund the costs of our technology and English literacy program.
Sara Hauf, Cambridge Ridge & Latin High School, junior, was awarded a $1000 grant to buy books for our library in Cambodia.
Congratulations to the following groups that wrote successful grant proposals in 2014:
Boston Children’s Chorus students: funding for school supplies
Team led by Ella Williams
Doug Robbins, St. Paul’s School: funding for school supplies
We Are the World Kids (WAWK): funding for more library books
Team led by Justine Wang and Tatiana Faris