Words For Charity is pleased to announce that it has awarded its “Benevolent Quill” grant to Daniel Magner.
The “Benevolent Quill grant is awarded to the individual who short story(ies) contributions raised the most money during that specific grant period. Daniel donated three stories that raised money for Kaboom, an organization that builds play areas in impoverished neighborhoods and Cure-ALZ funding research with the highest probability of preventing, slowing, or reversing Alzheimer’s disease.
Daniel is a recent graduate of Cal State-Long Beach. He is currently an ESL educator in Irvine, California, and is pursuing his passion of publishing his first book of poetry.
To learn more about Kaboom please visit https://kaboom.org
To learn more about Cure-ALZ please visit http://www.curealz.org/
In addition to the Benevolent Quill grant, Words For Charity will be awarding two more grants in the next ten days. For more information about Words For Charity, its grants and its mission, please visit our website at http://www.wordsforcharity.org.
A final word of thanks to all authors and readers for their participation during our 2017 grant period, your contributions have helped to support both great causes and creative talent!