2022 Awarded Grants

In our fourteenth year of operation, the Snapdragon Book Foundation was pleased to receive nearly 700 applications from all types of schools and from nearly every state in the country! Grants ranging from $300 to $20,000 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 2022 “Next Up” school. The 2023 application will be available in November and will be due in February of 2023.
Elsanor Elementary School

Robertsdale, AL

Extra! Extra! Read All About It!

Orrenmaa Elementary School

Riverside, CA

Appealing Books for Orrenmaa Owls to Boost a Love of Reading

Dennis G. Earl Elementary

Turlock, CA

Reading Minds Bloom Where They Are Planted

Jefferson Middle School

Caldwell, ID

Books for Hispanic Representation

Pleasant Acres Elementary/Rantoul City Schools

Rantoul, IL

Bilingual Books Unite Us as a School Family of Readers

Springfield Prep Charter School

Springfield, MA

Accountable to our Mission: Building Mirrors and Windows for our Students

Harmony Elementary

Harmony, ME

Get Excited for Reading!

Central Academy Elementary

Ann Arbor, MI

Growing Graphics for a Global View

Distinctive College Prep – Redford

Redford, MI

The Goodman Library: A Legacy of Literacy

Saint Joseph Pro-Cathedral School

Camden, NJ

Growing and Building Beyond Our Walls

Mission Elementary

Anadarko, OK

Mission: Books for Learning

Emerson North Alternative High School

Oklahoma City, OK

A Safe & Sacred Space

Austin East Magnet High School

Knoxville, TN

Reluctant to Ready Readers

Magoffin Middle School

El Paso, TX

Creating a Truly Great Collection

Alderwood Elementary School

Bellingham, WA

Empowering Readers through Books that Affirm their Interests and their Identities

J.I. Case High School

Mt. Pleasant, WI

Read, Reflect, Rise Up – Elevating Voices Through Literacy