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Benefits of Reading You Probably Didn’t Know


Jane Sandwood, freelance writer |

Were you aware that reading more often can help prevent Alzheimer’s Disease? Encouraging your kids to pick up a book can also provide them with a wealth of knowledge which will come in handy later in life. Their focus and...

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These kids started a book club for minority boys. It’s the most popular club in school.

January 21, 2018

The Washington Post |

Truesdell Education Campus has a problem. The school can’t keep its shelves stocked with the most popular books. Students are not-so-subtly reading in class when they should be paying attention to their teachers. And some boys are crowding the library...

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Make a Difference

November 28, 2017

Cary Living Magazine |

Cary-based Read and Feed brings books and meals to 26 sites across Wake County, nourishing the minds and bodies of children in need. by Dave Droschak Jan Frantz remembers her mother telling stories about growing up in the Great Depression,...

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Happy Birthday, Read and Feed

October 17, 2017

Cary Magazine |

If you can read this, here’s your chance to say thanks, and pass it on. Read and Feed, the Cary-based nonprofit with three mobile classrooms and a mission to build literacy, is celebrating 10 years of helping Wake County children...

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Showing Up: A Community Who Cares

July 3, 2017

NCSU Philanthropy Journal News |

“It is about the community, and the community coming together,” says Mullan. “And that’s the thing that I find is that on so many different levels, we have the support of the community.”

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Triangle Aphasia Project Hopes to Empower Those Who Can’t Find Their Words

May 24, 2017

The News & Observer |

Triangle Aphasia Project’s Aphasia Connects is a partnership with Read and Feed that will pair TAP clients with Read and Feed students – and their mentors – twice a week for reading, activities and communication powered by awareness, education and...

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