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10 Things All Fundraisers Should Do in February

According to Tina Jepson at CauseVox, February is a perfect month to catch up on some fundraising tasks.


Literacy and Football?

When we think of football players, we usually don't think about book clubs—or beefy football players pushing literacy efforts—but Superbowl Champion New England Patriot Malcolm Mitchell is one of us.


Final Words

Education is the key. So often that's the message, isn't it?


Speak Up!

Since we are talking about letters to the editor, it's a great time to grab your keyboard and bang one out!

Funding For Adult Education

As we welcome new leadership in Washington, literacy advocates must make sure that we have adult education at the top of our agenda.


20 Quotes From Famous People if They Had Worked in the Nonprofit Sector

Taken from the amazing nonprofit blog, Nonprofit with Balls. Highly recommended reading for anyone who works in the nonprofit sector!!


The Problems We Don't Talk About

I am currently about halfway through Evicted by Matthew Desmond. Essentially, it outlines the enormity of the problem of eviction in low income communities.

Holiday Season 2016-2017

Thank you for your support during 2016 as we renewed our passion and commitment for adult literacy. And what better year was there to focus on adult literacy than 2016? 

Good Board Members

Literacy New York helps organizations in our network build their capacity—so they can do great things! Part of the formula for having a stellar organization is having the right people on the bus, so to speak. This includes board members!

We Help Executive Directors

Running a nonprofit organization is no small feat. As a leader steps into his or her role, feelings of anxiety and fear may be overwhelming. 

Lifelong Learning

Save the Date for the NYACCE 65th Annual Conference ,to be held on April 24 - 26, 2017 at the Albany Marriott, 189 Wolf Road, Albany. 

Expanding Opportunities for Older Learners

The US Department of Education's New Approach-Expanding Opportunities for Older Learners

Network Power

We like to stress the power of the network at LNY, because it has proven to be a strong, unifying force since our inception.

Why is Adult Literacy Important?

Adult Literacy is really important—and if you can't see it from the perspective of helping adults, consider it from the perspective of helping kids. 

What Causes Illiteracy?

As you know, Literacy New York supports adult literacy initiatives, working with literacy groups throughout New York State. You may wonder though—Why are adults illiterate? What causes illiteracy?

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