Jacquelyn Hall, co-executive director of Read to Succeed Asheville/Buncombe discusses the importance of reading to children from a young age and the how everyone in the community can play a role in promoting literacy.
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Youth-focused nonprofits prioritize equity in new efforts
Read to Succeed, OpenDoors of Asheville and Big Brothers Big Sisters of WNC have all begun to focus more intentionally on closing race-based opportunity gaps in recent years.
Why we help: Inspired to think bigger, brighter and outside the box
“I am overjoyed at the sight of dedicated community partners coming together to support our children who have historically been pushed to the margins.”
Letter: Support your community by helping kids learn to read
“Reading supports all aspects of education and life opportunities. I have seen firsthand the difficulties struggling readers experience.”
Letter: Volunteer reading tutors help students thrive
“If you want to make a difference in a child’s life and are looking for a way to give back, please consider becoming a volunteer tutor with Read to Succeed.”