On Thursday, June 8th at 4pm PDT / 7pm EDT, you’re invited to the Children’s Book Changemakers Conference, presented by the SCBWI Impact and Legacy Fund.
The Russell Freedman Award for Nonfiction for a Better World (currently closed), given to a work of nonfiction that contributes to our understanding of how to make our world and society better.
Earlier this season, we hosted a conversation between student advocates and banned authors.
The Stephen Fraser Encouragement Fund (currently closed) offers three no-strings attached yearly grants of $2,000 each to three children’s book authors, artists or translators who have traditionally published at least one book.
The Student Advocates for Speech Program, a collaboration between SCBWI and The National Coalition Against Censorship to train high school students in the underlying issues related to freedom of speech and expression.
A stipend of $1500 is awarded each month to organizations or individuals selected by the Steering Committee for their outstanding work in the children’s book field.
Given to a traditionally published book that demonstrates regard and compassion for animals.