2023 Awarded Grants

In our fifteenth year of operation, the Snapdragon Book Foundation was pleased to receive nearly 500 applications from all types of schools and from nearly every state in the country! Grants ranging from $500 to $12,000 have been awarded to the deserving schools below. Winners will be additionally notified via email. We apologize for not being able to give specific feedback on proposals and hope that you’ll consider reapplying next year. Check back in August for our announcement of the 2023 “Next Up” school, our fall fundraiser to raise money for one more lucky school. The 2023 application will be available in November and will be due by February of 2024.
Ator Heights Elementary

Owasso, OK

A Place Where We All Belong

Audubon Schools

New Orleans, LA

Dream Your Big, Diverse Dreams – Incorporating STEM and Diversity Collections To Encourage Big Dreams

Burnett Elementary

Houston, TX

Never Enough Nonfiction

Crater Renaissance Academy

Central Point, OR

Nonfiction and Spanish Collection Update

Gettysburg Area Middle School

Gettysburg, PA

Book Clubs

Grove Park Elementary

Riviera Beach, FL

Grove Park is Leveling Up

Guilford Elementary School

Greensboro, NC

Support Beginning Readers

Holy Family Catholic School

Lafayette, LA

African American Children’s Literature

Madison Comprehensive High School

Mansfield, OH

Modernize and Diversify the MCHS Library Project

Madison Elementary

Wheeling, WV

Finding the Magic

Meeker Public School

Meeker, OK

Meeker Public Schools Secondary Library

Satilla Marsh Elementary

Brunswick, GA

Nonfiction Investigation

Savoy Elementary School

Washington, D.C.

Savoy Joy

Stapleton School

Stapleton, AL

000 – 900 Reasons Students Love the Library

Turnpike Elementary School

Troy, NY

10 x 10 – Updating nonfiction 10 sections x 10 books