Your support of Fox Valley Literacy changes the lives of more than 300 adult learners each year. About 12,100 people in the Fox Valley struggle with low literacy skills. Help us provide them with the tools they need for greater self-sufficiency.
Honor friends or family members who say they “need nothing.” Give them the perfect gift, celebrate their next birthday, holiday or anniversary by making a donation, in their name, to Fox Valley Literacy. We will send an acknowledgement of the gift made in their honor.
Many people are surprised to learn that their employer may match the gift that they donate to support adult literacy. Ask your employer if they will match donations to Fox Valley Literacy Council. Many companies may even double the match of the employee's gift.
Have you considered naming Fox Valley Literacy Council in your estate plans? Planned gifts may be made as a current or a deferred gift. Or, we invite you to consider honoring your loved ones and supporting the efforts of Fox Valley Literacy through a memorial donation.
Donated office supplies and materials, such as 3-ring binders, pencils, pens, calculators, and paperback dictionaries can help make learning more affordable for Fox Valley Literacy students on limited budgets. We welcome donations of all kinds of office supplies, including reams of white or colored paper, envelopes, white erase boards, and markers. To donate educational or office supplies, please contact us at (920) 991-9840.
Fox Valley Literacy Council hosts several annual events, and each event takes a team of volunteers to plan all the details and make it a success. If you are interested in helping us plan any events please e-mail email@example.com.
-Day of Literacy
-Celebration of Achievement
130 E. Franklin Street, Appleton, WI 54911
Phone: (920) 991-9840
For just $30 a month or $360 a year, you can change someone's life. One of the most effective ways to create positive change is to build literacy skills.
When you sponsor a student, you are giving a gift that will last a lifetime and benefit future generations. When a mother or father can read to their child and help with homework, the whole family has a better chance of success. And, the greater community benefits, too.