2020 Literacy for the Holidays Results!

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Checking “Literacy” off a student’s wish list!

2020 Fundraising Results

Giving the Gift of “Literacy”

Every holiday season, many of us think of ways to give to the those who matter to us and those who need it most.  We believe that the greatest gift is the chance to change a life. At LearningQuest, we’ve found that being able to impact someone’s life by helping them reach their literacy goals is a gift that last far beyond the holidays.

What “literacy” really means to someone

Literacy for our students means more than just reading and writing. It means that they’re able to engage in their world like they never were capable of before. You’ve helped to make these things possible:

  • Reading medicine labels
  • Helping their child with homework
  • Getting their drivers license
  • Signing up for a library card
  • Reading a newspaper
  • Earn their diploma and more!

Impacting real students

Laura’s List of Literacy Goals

Laura Mendoza, an Adult Literacy student, relies on the tutoring to help her reading and writing as well as create a better life for her son… (Read the rest of Laura’s story HERE)

“Someone told me that if you don’t try, you will never learn.
You have to try, maybe you are going to make mistakes, but you are going to learn.”

-Laura Mendoza
LQ Library Tutoring Student

$27,129 Raised

With your help, we were able to just surpass our $25,000 fundraising goal.  $27,129 will provide necessary funding for classroom materials, instruction, course books, student supplies, and more.  

You also helped meet the LQ Board MATCH of $3,050!

Message from the Director

Karen Williams

It is so heartwarming to have you, our donors, respond so generously to provide the support we need for our literacy program and to give the gift of reading.  I know many of you enjoy reading for enrichment of your mind and your soul, and you have now given that opportunity to our students.  While this Covid19 world we live in tends to make us feel more alone, your generosity showed we are not.  We have people like you who care deeply about this work and want others to have the educational foundation that has made your life richer.  You are partners with us in the work of bringing hope through education and we value and appreciate your friendship.  Thank you so much and happy new year!

– Karen Williams
Executive Director
LearningQuest – Stanislaus Literacy Centers

Thank you for your support!

For questions or more info, contact:

Rochele Roura-Foster, Program Director of Development & Communication

209-672-6642, rrfoster@lqslc.com