Winter News from The Meemic Foundation

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December 1, 2021

Happy New Year! We’re excited to share the latest grant news and remind you of some great resources available.

Meemic Masterpieces

We’re excited to bring back our popular Meemic Masterpieces art contest and grant opportunity, but we’re even more excited to offer a couple new twists.

This year, we’re working with AAA-The Auto Club Group to focus on three safety themes: vehicle safety, pedestrian safety and online safety. Also new this year, your students can choose to submit artwork or videos.

Up to 52 student winners will be selected. Winning artwork and videos will be featured on our Meemic Foundation website and in a virtual art gallery event later this year. Sponsoring Foundation Club members of the winning entries will receive a $300 art supplies grant for their schools, and the winning student artists will receive an HP Chromebook.

Find out all the details at

The Meemic Foundation Goes Social

To better reach you directly, The Meemic Foundation now has its own channels on social media. These outlets will help us truly spotlight all the grant opportunities and great things the Foundation offers.
To keep up with the latest grant information, meet some of our winners and join in exciting events like “Cheers for Educators” and the Community Conversation on Bullying, please like/subscribe to our new social pages.

Find us at,, and YouTube.

View Our Events Online

Did you miss the original presentations of our “Cheers for Educators” teacher appreciation event or the Community Conversation on Bullying virtual conference? You can catch up and view all on our website.

“Cheers for Educators” brought together an exciting group of educators and entertainers from around the country for an evening of fun and laughs in celebration of YOU. Visit to hear from 2019 National Teacher of the Year Rodney Robinson, Grammy-winning Zac Brown Band member and educational advocate Coy Bowles, “Teach Like a Pirate” author Dave Burgess, comedian and former teacher Judy Carter, and many more, including teacher-leaders from Michigan, Wisconsin, Illinois and Georgia.

The 2021 Virtual Community Conversation on Bullying featured a variety of national and local experts in enlightening discussions on the reality of bullying and what can be done to eliminate it from our schools and communities. Topics include teaching through trauma, biased-based bullying, kindness in the classroom and how COVID-19 has changed our classrooms and careers as educators. On our CCoB webpage, you can hear from the likes of Dr. Kelly Lynn Mulvey of North Caroline State University, Oakland County, MI, Prosecutor Karen McDonald, founder Jaclyn Lindsey and a panel discussion with Michigan’s Regional Teachers of the Year.

Donate Today

The Meemic Foundation couldn’t exist without your support. To help us continue our mission of funding projects to enhance the classroom experience for students and their schools, please consider making a donation. Learn more at