New Charitable Initiative Supports Comic Shops Affected by COVID-19 with Donations from Community’s Personal Collections
⮕ For information about comic store financial assistance eligibility please visit our Give Comics Hope page.
September 15, 2020 – GIVE COMICS HOPE,
Ann Arbor, MI – The need to expand staff and organizational capacity is a result of the huge increase in the number of requests received and grants distributed. Since the beginning of 2020, Binc has helped 556 families through hardship and emergency circumstances with over $635,000 in assistance. The Foundation has
Scholarship Winners from L to R: Niamh Doherty, Henry Fleischmann, Kimberly Huebner, Rebecca Keith, Anna Leedy, Samantha Melton, and Reed Spurling
Ann Arbor, MI – Seven recipients have been selected to receive a total of $26,000 in scholarships as part of the Book Industry Charitable (Binc) Foundation’s 2020 Higher Education Scholarship Program.
The Binc Foundation stands in solidarity with Black communities, authors, readers, and peers across the country. We stand for antiracism and support voices for racial justice and change. We know that Black communities face threats from the police, systemic racism, incarceration, and criminalization.That is why Binc is renewing its
ECONOMIC RELIEF FOR COMIC BOOK STORES GAINS MOMENTUM AS NEW “COMICBOOK UNITED FUND” IS ESTABLISHED WITH BACKING FROM DC AND ONI-LION FORGE PUBLISHING GROUP
April 21, 2020 – BURBANK and ST. LOUIS – Comic book retailers impacted by the COVID-19 crisis have a new dedicated relief fund designed to provide