New Board Members

We are excited to announce that the Luther I. Replogle Foundation has three new members on their Board of Directors as of January 1, 2021. We are pleased to welcome Emma Gebhard, Poppy Anema, and Will Anema. As great-grandchildren of Luther Replogle, they represent the 4th generation of the Replogle family who have joining the Board. Jessica Gebhard, also a member of the 4th generation, … Continue reading New Board Members

Grant Request Period is open now through March 15, 2021

The Directors of the Luther I. Replogle Foundation is now accepting letters of inquiry through March 15 of 2021.  The link to the online application portal was turned on after January 5, 2021.  The Spring 2021 Board Meeting is tentatively scheduled for April and it will be virtual. The Fall 2021 Board Meeting has not been planned yet. Please contact Gwenn if you have any additional … Continue reading Grant Request Period is open now through March 15, 2021

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Storycatchers Theatre in Chicago IL

Storycatchers Theatre prepares young people to make thoughtful life choices through the process of writing, producing and performing original musical theatre inspired by personal stories. Participants from several Storycatchers Theatre programs performed “Baddest Kids On The Block” at the company’s recent Annual Benefit Brunch & Performance on March 28, 2015. The performance ensemble included current Teens Together participants as well as alumni from the company’s … Continue reading Storycatchers Theatre in Chicago IL

Homeless Children's Playtime Project in Washington DC

Homeless Children’s Playtime Project in Washington DC

The mission of the Homeless Children’s Playtime Project is to nurture healthy child development and reduce the effects of trauma among children living in temporary housing programs in Washington D.C. A volunteer was helping an older boy with a homework assignment about Martin Luther King Jr – the child was having trouble answering the question, “Why are you thankful for MLK?” – realized he was … Continue reading Homeless Children’s Playtime Project in Washington DC

Reach Incorporated in Washington DC

Reach Incorporated develops confident, grade-level readers and capable leaders by training teens to teach younger students, creating academic benefit for all involved. When Kyare was a 9th grade student at Eastern Senior High School, he signed up to be a tutor with Reach Incorporated. At Reach, teens are enlisted to be elementary school reading tutors and children’s book authors. Through the experience, both the students … Continue reading Reach Incorporated in Washington DC