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Literacy New York Advocates in Albany

This week, Literacy New York joined the New York City Coalition for Adult Literacy (NYCCAL) Team in Albany this week to advocate for adult education.

Time to Get to Work: Year End Fundraising

So here you are. Labor Day has come and gone and now you’re “back in school.”

Time to put a laser focus on the final four months of the year. Regardless of your fiscal calendar, year-end is everything when it comes to fundraising.

Innovative Fundraising

Literacy Volunteers of Rochester is trying a unique approach to fundraising and is looking for support from literacy lovers across the state—and from beyond.

Adult Literacy Services Expand into New Location

Literacy West NY held an Open House and Grand Opening for their new Mt Morris - CORE Learning Center located at 22 Chapel St in Mt. Morris.  

Important Advocacy Update

ADVOCACY NEWS!!! Your representative in the House is home in your district until August 31.

5 Fundraising Tips—Straight from Donors and Grantmakers

Yes, it's always good to be on top of new fundraising ideas. From our friends over at GuideStar, written by Rachel Stephenson Sheff.

Don't Fall Into the Trap of the Shiny New Fundraising Thing

Fundraising suggestions from our friend Joe Garecht of The Fundraising Authority. As nonprofits, we need to be on our fundraising game!

Volunteer Retention: 3 Strategies

Strategic volunteer retention is crucial for nonprofits. 

For Executive Directors: Mental Health Must Be Prioritized in Every Workplace

In June, many staff of LNY providers gathered at LNY’s 2018 Conference at White Eagle.

lliteracy Among Us

Just today, I found out that comedian and actress Tiffany Haddish was functionally illiterate until High School.

For Executive Directors--Again!

Nonprofit staff need to find resources--preferably free smiley--that can help them with their work.

New Adult Literacy Project: MINDS THAT MOVE US

The Minds that Move Us initiative is a challenge to communities to design innovative education and training models that create social equity and economic mobility for all.

For Executive Directors

Serving as the Executive Director of a nonprofit is a job like no other. Serving as the Executive Director of a volunteer based adult literacy organization can be even more challenging.

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