The Indiana Literacy Association began as the initiative of a group of literacy program directors and advocates with a special interest in advancing the cause of literacy in Indiana. The first meeting of this group was held in March 2005. Recognizing that a statewide organization could provide networking, additional training and support, and greater visibility for volunteer programs and their tutors, it was decided to articulate a mission and move forward with plans to organize as the Indiana Literacy Association.
Every year, individuals in Indiana contribute thousands of hours to teaching another adult to read, to write, or to succeed in using math in every day life. In the process, they make new friends and help to improve quality of life in Indiana for all of us. If you have two to four hours a week that you can spare to bring this gift to another adult, please consider volunteering in an adult literacy program near you.
PLEASE CONTACT: Indiana Literacy Association
Attention Prospective Volunteers:
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