Publish for Charity 2018
Winter Grant Program


"Benevolent Quill" Grant

The Benevolent Quill grant (in the amount of $1013.00) has been awarded to Caridad Cole. Her stories generated the highest gross donations to her chosen charity, Publish for Charity. Caridad is a recent graduate of Bard. Splitting time between each coast, Caridad is currently working on new writings, while seeking to publish a novel based on her short story "Empty Houses".

"Philanthropic Scribe" - CASA Wellness Grant

The Philanthropic Scribe grant (in the amount of $1013) has been awarded to Paris Adorno. Paris is a Theater and Performing Arts major, focusing on directing & playwriting. A computer program whose pool of names consisted of authors who chose to participate in the grant program and who had been published after submitting their story chose Ms. Adorno.

"Compassionate Chronicle" Grant

The Compassionate Chronicle grant (in the minimum amount of $1013.00) has been awarded to Caridad Cole. This drawing was weighted with each contributing author (who chose to participate in the grant program) receiving one entry per story downloaded (regardless of gross donations generated), with a computer picking the recipient.

Important Information



Publish for Charity 2017
Grant Program


"Benevolent Quill" Grant

The Benevolent Quill grant (in the amount of $5037.00) has been awarded to Daniel Magner. His stories generated the highest gross donations to the charity Kaboom. Daniel is a recent graduate of Cal State-Long Beach. He is currently an ESL educator in Irvine, California, while he works hard on publishing his first book of poetry.

"Philanthropic Scribe" Grant

The Philanthropic Scribe grant (in the amount of $5037.00) has been awarded to Alexander Zondervan. Alexander was chosen by a computer program whose pool of names consisted of authors who chose to participate in the grant program and who had been published after submitting their story.

"Compassionate Chronicle" Grant

The Compassionate Chronicle grant (in the amount of $5037.00) has been awarded to Daniel Magner. Daniel was chosen by a computer program whose pool of names consisted of authors which was weighted with each contributing author (who chose to participate in the grant program) receiving one entry per story downloaded regardless of gross donations generated.

Important Information

  • Time period for submissions ended on 4/30/17.
  • Grants will awarded by 8/21/2017.