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As a newly funded ALE program, Journey's End has had an extremely positive experience working with Literacy New York. This year has been very uncertain, however with the support of LNY and STAC we have navigated the challenges of remote education. Literacy New York is always quick to offer solutions and respond to inquiries. They are an invaluable resource for literacy programs.
Jacqueline Ashby
Director of Education - Journey's End Refugee Services

Literacy New York's support of our program is nothing short of invaluable. We manage a relatively small literacy program, and it's so comforting to know that we have access to the training resources provided to us by I20, LNY, and they're always helpful staff. LNY is absolutely critical to our mission of providing educational services for those that need it most in our communities. Thank you, Literacy New York!
Nick D'Aloisio
Program Coordinator - Literacy Volunteers of Chemung and Schuyler Counties

My student and her family received refugee status and were allowed to come to the United States in 2008.

The determination and drive that my student has, to better her life for her sons' future, is the same drive my parents and other relatives had when we came to America.

I believe that adult literacy is the missing piece in our educational system.

I volunteer for literacy because democracy fails when people are not literate.

I admire immigrants for their courage in moving to a new country and want to help them succeed.

Illiteracy has a profound effect upon individuals and families.

I believe in helping those that are marginalized in our country.

I love watching others learn and explore new ideas. When you teach someone anything, they have it forever.

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