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Bradwell gets Dollar General grant
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GOODLETTSVILLE, Tenn. — Dollar General recently announced that Bradwell Institute in Hinesville has been awarded a $1,881 back-to-school grant.
The high school in Hinesville is one of 125 schools to receive this grant from Dollar General in 2008.
The Dollar General back-to-school grant provides funding to schools for new programs, equipment, materials or software for their library or literacy programs.
“School libraries and literacy programs are a big part of a child’s education and help foster a lifelong tie to reading and learning,” Dollar General CEO Rick Dreiling said. “We are pleased to assist Bradwell Institute with these programs through the Dollar General back-to-school grant.”
Since its founding, Dollar General has been committed to supporting literacy and education. To further this support, the company founded the Dollar General Literacy Foundation in 1993 to improve the functional literacy of adults and families by providing grants to non-profit organizations dedicated to the advancement of literacy.
To learn more about Dollar General’s literacy initiatives and available grants, visit
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