Thursday, March 27, 2014

Letter of Inquiry: Helen Bader Foundation

BDPA Education and Technology Foundation (BETF) partnered with BDPA Milwaukee chapter to submit a letter of inquiry to the Helen Bader Foundation seeking funding to support the chapter's Student Information Technology Education & Scholarship (SITES) program.

The Helen Bader Foundation (HBF) has a lofty, yet simple goal: Turn today’s challenges into tomorrow’s accomplishments. They do this by supporting worthy organizations that make life better for people in their communities. Through awarded grants HBF is able to help organizations in Milwaukee bring young and elderly residents together in exciting and stimulating after-school activities that recharge attitudes and give participants a new perspective on one another. By creating scholarship funds, HBF can give children and families educational options they wouldn’t otherwise have.

Simply stated, HBF helps organizations in its program areas move from “how things are” to “how things could be.” The online grant application jointly created by BETF and BDPA Milwaukee chapter was successfully submitted on March 27, 2014.
HBF wrote, "Thank you for your submission; your grant application has been successfully submitted to the Helen Bader Foundation for review by our staff. Your request will be considered at our next staff meeting, after which you will promptly receive an email regarding the progress of your request."
BETF will continue to work with BDPA Milwaukee chapter president Carmen Giles and her team to obtain funding support for its worthy SITES program!
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