Since a small percentage of each online donation is taken by Paypal, please consider increasing your contribution amount to cover these costs. For example, if you want to donate $100, a donation of $102.50 will cover the fees and give the entire $100 to Literacy Delaware.
Checks are always welcome at Literacy Delaware and can be sent to us at P.O. Box 2083, Wilmington, DE 19899. With a check, 100% of your donation goes directly towards supporting our programs.
There are many more ways to contribute to Literacy Delaware from sponsoring a student to becoming a corporate sponsor.
Picture: Thanks to her work with Literacy Delaware, Maria was able to pass her citizenship test and become a U.S. citizen.
Literacy Delaware is a 501 (c)(3) charitable organization.
Mission: Advancing literacy through training, tutoring, English language acquisition and advocacy for all Delawareans.
Vision: Empowering all Delawareans through Literacy.
Picture: Oscar's Mom learns to speak and read English. She reads to Oscar and his brother at bedtime. Oscar's future success in school is greatly improved. A child's success in school depends on his caretaker's literacy level.
Your support helps change three lives!
TD Bank's Affinity Program donates to us simply if you have a current account. Just let TD Bank know you wish to link your account(s) to “Literacy Delaware” through their Affinity Membership program, either in person, by phone or by sending a message to TD customer service. There is no cost to you!
Go to igive.com and create an account. Choose “Literacy Delaware” when asked to select a cause by typing in the organization name. Then just shop at any of igive’s over 900 online stores!
Go to smile.amazon.com, select “Literacy Delaware” as the charity of your choice, then just use the smile.amazon.com link when you shop!
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