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5/21/2015  ProLiteracy Announces Conference on Adult Literacy in Charleston, S.C.

Conference focuses on adult literacy and basic education issues.

5/21/2015  Kevin Morgan, President and CEO of ProLiteracy, Receives Nonprofit Executive of the Year Award

Award recognizes outstanding nonprofit executive leadership.

4/29/2015  ProLiteracy Achieves Accreditation from BBB Wise Giving Alliance Highlighting Excellence in Leadership, Finances and Mission-Driven Work

Accreditation goes to nonprofits that meet stringent quality standards.

4/27/2015  ProLiteracy Announces a Graduate Gift Program to Help 29,375 Adults Realize Their Dream of Obtaining an Education

Goal is to honor new graduates by raising $235,000 for the National Book Fund grant program during graduation season.

3/26/2015  Passionate Literacy Champion, Denine Torr of Dollar General, Joins ProLiteracy Board of Directors

Denine Torr, director of Community Initiatives at Dollar General Corporation, joins the ProLiteracy Board of Directors.

3/5/2015  ProLiteracy Calls for Additional Funding in the President's Budget Request to Address Adult Literacy

The flat budget proposed for FY16 doesn’t address the needs of adults at the lowest literacy levels.

2/27/2015  ProLiteracy Receives American Express Grant to Develop Financial Literacy Tools for Women

Project includes developing materials to help low-literate women with money management

1/15/2015  ProLiteracy Applauds President Obama’s Community College Plan, Calls for Additional Support for Adult Literacy Programs

President Obama’s plan to help millions access community college and training programs underscores the importance of adult education, but does not address the needs of adults most at risk.

12/2/2014  Today is Giving Tuesday!

Help us Achieve our Adult Literacy Mission

12/2/2014  The Value of Adult Literacy Volunteering

December 5 is International Volunteer Day!
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