How to Help

Monetary Donations

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You can make a difference by making a monetary donation to go towards purchasing computer software, new desks and materials, sponsoring a student and more. 

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In-Kind Donations

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All donations are needed and appreciated. Consider an in-kind donation of materials such as books, copy paper, post-it notes, pens and pencils, notebooks, pocket folders with binder fasteners, one-inch binders, or gift certificates for office supplies or learner incentives. 

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Be an Advocate

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Reading product labels, following street signs, understanding instructions, or paying bills can be frustrating and even scary to the non-reader. Yet reading well may help get a job or a pay raise.  Encourage someone you know to contact us.

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Become a Volunteer Tutor

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According to the National Education Council one in six adults in Suffolk can’t read. Becoming a volunteer tutor is easy and we provide all of the resources you need. 

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Thank You!

We appreciate all of our individual and community donors.

Community Donors:

  • Suffolk Rotary Club
  • The Pruden Foundation
  • Richard Bennett Trust
  • CACOV
  • Junto's Woman's Club
  • Virginia Literacy Foundation
  • Oakland Christian United Church of Christ
  • Oak Grove Baptist Church
  • Brighton Rock Lodge
  • Birdsong Trust
  • Glebe Episcopal Church
  • St. Andrew Presbyterian Church
  • Mineral Spring Baptist Church
  • Driver Book Club
  • Suffolk Foundation
  • Nansemond & Isle of Wight Baptist Sunday School
  • Community Action Coalition of Virginia
  • Starr Motors
  • Farmers Bank
  • Birdsong Charitable Foundation
  • Brighton Rock Lodge No. 79
  • The Pilot Club