As we work towards our goals for this year, we like to look back at what we accomplished last year. MagazineLiteracy saw fantastic growth in outreach in 2016, having donated nearly 122,000 magazines to agencies around the world.We donate to mentoring and job training programs, food pantries, shelters, community centers, and foster care.
by Sami Clausen We’d like to recognize and thank a group of magazine literacy champions – students from Lake View Elementary in Madison, Wisconsin – for taking time to participate in our literacy efforts. These students were enrolled in Madison School and Community Recreation’s (MSCR) Safe Haven after school program, and on June 7th, duringContinue reading “Service Learning Bundling for Literacy by Madison Students”
By Jenna PalmerMadison, WI—MagazineLiteracy.org, a non-profit organization dedicated to meeting literacy needs, has announced its partnership with the Toronto-based e-commerce company, ShopLocket, to open the first online Magazine Literacy Market.The ShopLocket technology is a launchpad for MagazineLiteracy.org’s vision to create a global literacy marketplace, where literacy programs post needs, local teams bundle and post magazinesContinue reading “ShopLocket fuels Magazine Literacy Market”
by Kathrin Walter …this is a great service opportunity to help people less fortunate who love to read and those who are just learning.