You can help Literacy end poverty. We need your help running our Madison literacy marketplace. The needs for our literacy support is growing more than ever during the pandemic.
Most U.S. poor families have zero books at home - poor infants hear 30 million fewer words - there are 1 million homeless students - 35,000 moms and kids will sleep in a domestic abuse shelter tonight. Millions more readers are waiting, worldwide. MagLiteracy.org gets new and recycled magazines and comics to at-risk readers via food pantries, homeless and domestic abuse shelters, youth mentoring and job training programs, foster care and orphanages - here in Columbus, nationwide, and around the world.
Everything begins with reading. With titles for every age, interest, and language, magazines and comics are the most powerful literacy engines on the planet. Help us get them into hands and homes.
We need your help organizing our reading material collection, sorting, and delivery. We are setting up a local marketplace where literacy programs can select publications at no cost. We need help running our online marketplace, where literacy programs place orders. We need help with event planning, social media, and fundraising. Join us.
You can help literacy end poverty. With titles for every reading age, interest, and language, magazines and comics are the most powerful literacy engines on the planet. Illiteracy and poverty hurt everyone. UNICEF reports that 1 Billion children live in poverty, worldwide. Reading Is Fundamental (RIF) says two-thirds of U.S. poor (12 million+) have zero books at home. Research shows that poor infants hear 30 million fewer words when their brains are developing for life. Adults unable to read were once children who didn't learn how. MagazineLiteracy.org has an enormous supply of magazines and comics for literacy to end poverty. Thank you for your help to get them into the hands of eager at-risk readers.
MagazineLiteracy.org gets new and recycled magazines to at-risk children and families who want to learn and love to read. Our primary focus areas are mentoring and job training, readers in homeless and domestic violence shelters, hungry families receiving groceries from food pantries, and foster kids. Too many people can't read - a cereal box, a job description, or this web page. Illiterate adults were once children who missed their chance to learn to read. A child who cannot read is unable to do well in any school subject. We help feed kids, teens, and adults hungry to read and succeed. Join with us to change the world - one reader at a time! Volunteer today! Thank you.
Children & Youth
Education & Literacy
We'll work with your schedule.
119 Martin Luther King Jr. BlvdMadison, WI53703
February 11, 2021
CSR / Volunteer Coordination
We are practicing social distancing with masks and all precautions.