Read-Aloud Volunteer program was one of three nonprofit organizations awarded a Cities of Service grant to harness the power of volunteers to help improve Richmond students’ literacy skills.
Richmond Mayor Gayle McLaughlin, City Manager Bill Lindsay, and Joan Davis, President and CEO of the Richmond Community Foundation, honored the Read-Aloud Program with a 2013 Recognition of Meritorious Service award for education.More Successes
Save the date!
Plan to attend our annual Volunteer Appreciation Event on Friday, April 25, 2014 at 2:30 pm.
RAVP staff and board members, school principals, and partner organizations will join together to celebrate our dedicated volunteers.
To learn more: Visit the National Educational Association website.More Events
Read-Aloud received a generous donation from the Berkeley-based Bernard E. and Alba Witkin Charitable Foundation. The late Bernard Witkin was a renouned legal author.
We are now in our 18th year in WCCUSD.
Here are a few highlights from 2013. We could not have managed any of them without your support and generous gifts of time and money.
Whether rich or poor, illiterate or college graduates, parents who have books in the home improve their child’s education. These are the conclusions of a 20-year study led by Mariah Evans, University of Nevada, Reno associate professor of sociology and resource economics.More Updates