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LITERACY INSTRUCTION OCCURS AT ANY PLACE!


We provide literacy services through Texting, Facetime, Skype, Email, Twitter or any mobile device invented in the last ten minutes!

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Literacy for All, Inc.

2120 Macarthur Road, Unit B

Waukesha, WI 53188

 STUDENT DONATIONi

Students are encouraged to contribute in the following amounts:

  • $25 – one-time registration donation

  • $10 – session donation

 

Students may choose to donate online, by mail or in person.

Literacy For All is perfect...
I donate and this is why — Literacy For All is perfect because it is the idea of expanding what literacy means, widening the view, thinking out of the box, and helping more people, not just the young or those who can’t read or write. It is rewarding to see this organization grow. To know we are a part of making a difference and to witness the spirit in helping people through this organization as people fulfill their dreams and goals!
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Become a volunteer and change the life of every individual you work with! Our dedicated volunteers find great fulfillment working to help improve the skills of the students they tutor.

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College is for boys...

That was the feedback Janet Donovan, founding Board member of College STILL Achievable (CSA), received from her mother when she was graduating high school.

 

While Donovan, age 56, was pregnant at sixteen and chose adoption, she graduated high school with a 3.67 grade point average and completed college preparation classes. Her guidance counselor believed in Donovan’s ability to excel in college and called her mother to talk about this. READ ON
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Literacy For All, Inc. is a 501(c)(3) organization.

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