The gift of literacy is a gift of opportunity.
Give the gift of literacy! What a meaningful holiday gift for anyone on your list. This holiday season, we've added the option for you to make your gift to Literacy Advance in someone else's name.
Here are just some of the ways you can give the gift of literacy today:
|Empowering adults with the literacy skills they need – whether through learning English or through basic reading and writing – helps them move toward self-sufficiency. This gift provides a student with a year of literacy classes, helping them reach their goals.|
|The gift of literacy.|
|A monthly gift of $35, or a one-time gift of $420.|
|Many adults have the skills and experience they need to be great workers – but they may be missing something basic, like English skills or computer literacy, to get the job where they can excel. This gift provides a student with specialized classes and referrals, setting them on a path to greater financial stability.|
|The gift of a new job.|
|A monthly gift of $20, or a one-time gift of $240.|
|Having books readily available at home is vital for lifelong learning and growing a love of reading. This gift enables a child to start building a home library, which can be transformational to the whole family.
|The gift of a first book.|
|A monthly gift of $10, or a one-time gift of $120.|
We can send you a holiday card for your family member, friend, or colleague, so that you can let them know that you have given the gift of literacy in their honor. When you donate online, you'll be given the opportunity to request a holiday card that matches your donation, as noted above.
Alternatively, you can contact us to talk about your options:
email@example.com or 713.266.8777.
If you want to mail us a check (thank you so very much!), please make it out to Literacy Advance of Houston, and mail to:
Literacy Advance of Houston, 2424 Wilcrest Dr, Suite 120, Houston, TX 77042
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- 140 adult students learning to read and write (ABE)
- 1,500 adult students learning to speak and understand English (ESL)
- 52,800 total learning hours across all programs
- 23,000+ hours of service donated by volunteers
- 17 Family Literacy events at schools and community centers
- 1,900 Family Literacy attendees
- 3,000 children’s books distributed free to families and kids
- 99% of learners achieved or made progress toward a personal goal