Consider a Donation to Change a Life – easy as ABC…
Did you grow up with books in your home, was there someone you can remember who read to you, were books a wonderful place for you to go – to learn, to dream or to just have fun? For many of our learners, books were not a source of fun and comfort, but a challenge and a barrier. At Literacy Volunteers, we have been able – with your help – to change that and engage many in the wonderful world of reading.
When adults learn to read and write, they have the power to transform their lives.
Why Literacy? Why not support world health? Or poverty relief? Or children’s education?
The answer is clear.
To solve these problems, we must start by building a more literate adult population. When individuals learn how to read, write, do basic math, and use computers, they impact an entire family and are more likely to lift themselves out of poverty, contribute to improved health care costs, and find and keep sustainable employment
Your gift to LVA could…
- $25.00 – provides basic learning supplies
- $40.00 – purchase books and supplies to hold a family literacy event
- $50.00 – cover the cost of training one volunteer so no waiting students.
- $100.00 – supports LVA’s outreach campaign to reach more volunteers and learners.
Donate via credit card or PayPal
You may use your credit card to donate right now. Our PayPal account allows you to make your gift using a PayPal account or a major credit card. Use the Donate button to start.
Donations by Check
If you wish to donate by check you may print out and complete a donation form and mail to LVA, 12 Spruce Street, Suite 4, Augusta, ME 04330
Literacy Volunteers of Greater Augusta is entering our fifth decade of providing free, confidential, one-on-one tutoring services to adults in Southern Kennebec and Northern Lincoln Counties. Thank you for allowing us to be a part of your community on behalf of all of our learners, volunteers, and our Board of Directors.
Literacy Volunteers of Greater Augusta is a 501(c)3 charitable organization. You may deduct charitable contributions of money or property if you itemize your deductions (IRS Publication 78).