Book Industry Charitable Foundation

29 May

Binc, Friends of Carla Gray Announce Memorial Scholarship for Emerging Bookseller-Activists

A new professional development scholarship aims to help one emerging bookseller learn more about the trade and reinforce the relationship between their store and the community.

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25 May

Binc Announces 2018 Higher Education Scholarship Winners

The Book Industry Charitable (Binc) Foundation has chosen 27 booksellers to receive more than $100,000 as part of the organization’s 2018 Higher Education Scholarship Program.

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23 May

Binc and Macmillan Diversity Scholarship to Award Nine in 2018

The scholarship that encourages booksellers traditionally underrepresented in the industry to attend their regional trade show is back for a second year.

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23 May

Binc’s “Heads or Tails” Fundraiser Planned for Children’s Institute

The Book Industry Charitable Foundation will host a fundraising game at next month’s Children’s Institute, where booksellers can donate money to Binc by buying flashing pins for a chance to win $250.

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