All Testimonials

Parent talks about her children’s experience in Read and Feed

  Edelmira's children, Yostin and Edelin attend Read and Feed, which has helped them become more confident readers and writers. Both children's grades are also much better than the previous year.

WCPSS teacher, Naomi De Guzman, says Read and Feed helps her students

I have definitely seen a huge jump academically in reading with the two students that I work with. I was very fortunate to be paired with two of my own third grade students in my classroom. Knowing their strengths and weaknesses in reading, I was able to specifically target the comprehension and fluency skills that my two students needed. I have enjoyed working with my students, and I can see an increase in their confidence and love for reading!

Apoorva is a girl scout and Read and Feed supporter.

"Reading is so important, which is why Read and Feed is such an amazing organization."

Ryan talks about the kids we serve

  Ryan volunteers at our Fuquay United Methodist Church program site. "They get to read all sorts of books. They get to take books home with them, too."

Elaine Lilliston volunteers at our Fuquay United Methodist Church site

"After just a couple weeks in the program, educators at Lincoln Heights Elementary School have said the kids are more engaged. They're easier to teach. They're more motivated. And they can tell the Read and Feed children."

Maria Young, school contact at Cary Elementary School

I have seen tremendous growth in all of the students who have been participating in Read and Feed. The most notable factor is the love of the program. Students ask me daily if it’s a Read and Feed day. They look forward to their time reading with their tutor and the positive reinforcement they are getting from it.