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COMFORT FOUNDATION SUMMER READING CLUB (CFSRC)

The Comfort Foundation Summer Reading Club (CFSRC) was developed to engage children entering third grade through high school in reading activities. The goal is to encourage children to be intellectually active in a positive way to prevent engaging in repugnant thoughts and acts during the summer holiday. As children participate competitively in reading activities, they are more likely to stay out of trouble.

Participation in the CFSRC is voluntary. The project is open to all students in third grade through high school.
A parent or legal guardian must sign an intent to apply before participation for any child below 18 years.

Thank you for your interest in the Comfort Foundation Summer Reading Club (CFSRC)! Please review the information before completing the forms.

CFSRC Eligibility

  1. The child must be entering third grade up to twelfth grade
  2. The choice of the book should align within the age of the child.
  3. Each participant will be assigned a unique CFSRC ID number. All the entries will be judged using the CFSRC ID number and not by name.

CFSRC Submission Process

  1. The effective date is June 1st, 2020 to July 31st , 2020.
  2. All entries must be submitted on or before July 31st, 2020.
  3. Parent or guardian must sign the letter of intent for children below 18 years to participate comfortfoundation@outlook.com
  4. The intent to apply form can be completed or downloaded from the website www.thecomfortfoundation.org or by emailing comfortfoundation@outlook.com
  5. Please upload all reading log to comfortfoundation@outlook.com with your full name, address, phone number and issued ID number.

Where possible, participants are encouraged to attend ‘Virtual Day in the Library with Comfort Foundation’ (Jun 12, 2020, 12:00 PM, Jun 26, 2020, 12:00 PM, Jul 10, 2020, 12:00 PM, Jul 24, 2020, 12:00 PM). Participants who do attend will have the privilege of being recognized. A Day in the Library with Comfort Foundation’ is an hour session of discussion on self-improvement topics such as self-control, self-esteem, social skills, sibling rivalry, and bullying among others. Participant’s parents will be responsible for helping their children navigate the virtual platform and are welcome to join the discussion.

CFSRC Winners and Prize

  1. The participants will be divided into three groups: High school group, Middle school group, and Elementary school group.
  • High school Group: Participants are required to read at least 50 hours to receive certificate of participation .
  • Middle School Group: Participants are required to read at least 30 hours to receive certificate of participation.
  • Elementary School Group: Participants are required to read at least 15hours to receive certificate of participation.

The first three highest readers in each group will win a prize.

For any other questions, please send an email to comfortfoundation@outlook.com with the subject line CFSRC and someone from Comfort Foundation will contact you within 24 to 48 hours.

The 2020 CFSRC is open. Please complete the Intent to Apply and download the reading log below if you wish your children to participate in the 2020 CFSRC program.