Early Learning Center receives grant for new children’s books


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The Fayette County Early Learning Center was selected by The Molina Foundation to receive a grant of 4,000 new children’s books.


Community Action Commission of Fayette County (Fayette County Early Learning Center) was selected to receive a grant of 4,000 new children’s book to help the families it served create word-filled homes and promote reading and learning.

The donation was from The Molina Foundation as part of its Launch into Learning national literacy campaign. The campaign’s goal is to provide resources to help children, parents and caregivers create word-filled homes through reading and learning together.

The Molina Foundation, a national nonprofit organization based in Southern California, is dedicated to the mission of reducing disparities in access to education and health.

The Fayette County Early Learning Center was selected by The Molina Foundation to receive a grant of 4,000 new children’s books.
http://www.recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/27/2018/01/web1_ChildrenBooks.jpgThe Fayette County Early Learning Center was selected by The Molina Foundation to receive a grant of 4,000 new children’s books.

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