Without Reading, Where Would You Be?
Your help is vital to LVA’s low-literacy solution, because we rely on charitable contributions to keep our unique, student-centered programs free of charge for low-literacy adults in metro Atlanta (Fulton, DeKalb, Cobb and Gwinnett counties).
All Donations are Tax Deductible.
As of July 1, 2014
Literacy Volunteers of Atlanta merged with Literacy Action, Inc.
Atlanta Business Chronicle 6_6_14
"Literacy Action will merge with Literacy Volunteers of Atlanta effective July 1. The merger will permit two of Georgia's leading adult literacy organizations to more effectively serve those seeking literacy, and work and life skills as well as U.S. citizenship. To read the entire article, click here...
For more information, please contact Literacy Action headquarters:
100 Edgewood Avenue, NE, Suite 650
Atlanta, Georgia 30303
To donate, click here.
Just a Few Examples of What Your Caring Can Do
As a lean, volunteer-based organization, LVA maximizes the use of every dollar — which means we deeply appreciate gifts of any size. A contribution of:
- $25 pays for a family literacy assessment
- $50 pays for training one volunteer tutor
- $75 pays for testing and supplies for one student
- $125 pays for supplies for an entire classroom
- $200 pays for supplies for a class off-site
You can easily and securely donate, click here. Or you can mail your gift to:Literacy Action 100 Edgewood Avenue, NE, Suite 650 Atlanta, Georgia 30303
If you’d like to find out more about making:
- an in-kind gift
- a gift of stock
- a planned gift
- Dan Lavery
- Director of Development
Other Important Ways of Helping LVA Assist Low-Literate Adults
You can also help LVA by inviting us to speak at your church, civic group or educational organization about our life-changing literacy services. Or, to go the extra mile, you can host a fundraising event of your own to benefit LVA. Simply contact us at 404-377-7323.
Thank you in advance for sharing some of your good fortune with a struggling Atlantans who are eager to improve their lives.