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..aims to bridge the reading gap by providing children with the resources they may not have access to at home. Our goal is to help children who aren't reading at grade level to gain confidence, while providing a comfortable setting in which to learn.
Read and Feed is an after-school literacy program that provides meals, tutoring and books to children from low-income families in Wake County.Learn more »
There are many ways you can help us give KIDS an appetite for READING - volunteer, conduct a book drive, sponsor a site or a child, provide meals, to name just a few.Learn more »
Volunteers, click here to access your schedule and helpful resources.Learn more »
78% of children who attend a Read and Feed program have improved reading attitude or confidence. And teachers tell us their discipline improves and the students do their homework.Donate Now
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Reading to kids for 15 minutes makes a difference in development
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