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Local Literacy/ Education Agencies

  • Mercy Bridges
    Mercy Bridges provides free reading and writing and English as a second language services for adults.
  • Children's Literacy
    Volunteers of America distributes Scholastic books to families who participate in its programs and have been impacted by poverty or homelessness.
  • Reach Out and Read
    Reach Out and Read's dedicated volunteers can help support programs in their communities by donating books (both new and gently-used), improving literacy-rich waiting rooms, and reading aloud to children at select program sites. Art students or artists can create murals, artwork, or photographs with literary themes or characters (within the parameters of the individual Reach Out and Read program site).
  • Hope Hall
    Hope Hall is a private, non-sectarian, not-for-profit school designed for students with special learning needs who consistently experience frustration in the traditional classroom setting. Hope Hall is committed to the belief that when students are given respect and enough time in a supportive, multi-sensory learning environment, they can become successful learners.
  • Nativity Preparatory Academy
    Nativity Preparatory Academy is a Roman Catholic middle school designed for highly self-motivated, economically disadvantaged students whose potential for academic success has been compromised by negative social and economic factors affecting them and their families.
  • Notre Dame Learning Center
    The Notre Dame Learning Center was established in 2004 to address the needs of Rochester children having difficulty in school.

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