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9/1/2015  ProLiteracy to Launch Adult Literacy Day of Giving

Adult Literacy Day of Giving will allow member programs to fundraise and recruit volunteers.

8/25/2015  ProLiteracy to Honor Leaders and Innovators in Adult Literacy

ProLiteracy will recognize the efforts of those who are making a difference in the adult literacy field at the ProLiteracy Conference on Adult Literacy

8/4/2015  ProLiteracy Helps High School Students Learn Financial Literacy Skills with Exciting New Program

ProLiteracy partners with AT&T and WCNY to help young adults learn critical financial literacy skills.

6/26/2015  ProLiteracy Receives Support of Best-Selling Author Nora Roberts

National best-selling romance novelist writes public letter in support of adult literacy

6/23/2015  ProLiteracy Comments on WIOA Regulations

ProLiteracy submits comments to the Department of Labor and the Department of Education.

6/9/2015  ProLiteracy’s National Book Fund Awards $104,639 in Grant Funding to Local Literacy Programs

Grant awards provide quality educational materials to organizations providing basic literacy, adult basic education, English as a second language, and family literacy.

6/4/2015  ProLiteracy and WCNY Receive Contribution from AT&T to Support Financial Literacy

Joint project to help local Syracuse area young adults improve their numeracy and financial literacy skills.

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.
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