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At The Writer's Garret - Everyone Wins!
The Writer's Garret

December, 2013

  
 
 


HELP US MAKE A DIFFERENCE
 
BEYOND WORDS

 
 
















ARE YOU A WRITER WHO WANTS TO MAKE A DIFFERENCE WORKING WITH YOUNG PEOPLE ?

Would you like to teach or mentor hungry young minds ?

Contact us to participate in our upcoming Dec. 12 informational training to be a "Writer in Neighborhoods & Schools." 

We are especially looking for those with prior educational and outreach experience, cross-curricular or interdisciplinary learning, and understanding of new technologies and social media. Experience with scripting and making videos a PLUS!

Contact Tamitha
 
  


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EVERYBODY
WINS 
with CARING, INNOVATIVE, & CREATIVE TEACHING
of READING and WRITING!
(WINS = WRITERS IN NEIGHBORHOODS & SCHOOLS)


(Courtesy of http://www.quickmeme.com/p/3vpacv and Spoken Word Poet / Teacher/Educational Advocate, Taylor Mali)

  

ANSWER:  THE WRITER'S GARRET MAKES  
GREAT READERS AND WRITERS!
Did you hear the one about about the lovely young Latina attending Woodrow Wilson High School who raised money to becpreciousreaderome the first in her family to attend college because our after-school program inspired her to want to become a writer? 

How about the on
e where a second grader recited all of his poems aloud because he didn't know how to read or write? Two of our instructors stayed FOR FREE after school to tutor him (and a few of his friends who came out of the woodwork once they saw how much he was learning)? 

Or how about any of these amazing young people we met living under Child Protective Services who adopted pseudonyms and couldn't let us photograph them so that they could recite their stories and poems on-line (
click here to listen to these amazing voices). 

These are just a few of our stories about what we make. 
Want more? Do you have all day? 
All week? SO MANY.    
 

 

NOW, WHAT ABOUT YOU? 

    

 

 "The Writer's Garret delivers more 'bang for the buck' than any arts organization we know."--

Actual quote made to our board from an independent outside auditor that has worked with MANY nonprofits all over DFW  

    

Here We Go 

 

 

 

  THANK YOU SO VERY,  

VERY MUCH! 

 

 
 
 
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VERY SPECIAL THANKS TO 
ALL 
OF 
YOU!
The Writer's Garret is made possible by the support 
of many individuals, corporations, foundations, nonprofits,

 educational institutions, and governmental agencies who understand the value of reading, writing, and the literary arts!

  

This season of educational programs and events 
has been made possible by the following: 

   

 National Endowment for the ArtsLucky Dog BooksCity of Dallas Office of Cultural Affairs;George and Fay Young FoundationTexas Commission on the ArtsM.B. and Edna Zale Foundation; Target; R.L. & Phyllis Glazer Fund; Heritage Auctions (HA.com)Allied World Assurance CompanyDallas AfterSchool NetworkBig Thought; Mike and Debra Decker; Bob and Donna Beavers; Gardere Wynne Sewell, LLP; Communities Foundation of Texas; The Cattarulla Fund of The Dallas Foundation; Texas Instruments; Chase; Adolphus Hotel; Safeway; Donors to the Jack Myers and Jacob Myers Funds; and our Members, Board of Trustees, and Board of Sponsors.

  

(If we have inadvertently left anyone off this list,  

please let us know asap. We WANT to thank you!) 



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