Volunteer as a Tutor

Join the Literacy Program for a free one-hour orientation to learn more about becoming a tutor to a motivated adult learner.

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Human Race 2018

Join us at the 2018 Human Race Kick Off Breakfast on Feb 22 for the top tips, tricks and tools to achieve your most successful year yet!

Teams at Kick-off breakfast

Real Connections

Learn what happens when hopeful people work together to transform a community for good. Be a part of this legacy and take action with us.

Latest News

Shifting the Culture of Violence Through Kindness

This week I made my latest donation to Moms Demand Action and yesterday, I once again put on my shirt that states, “Be nice to each other, it’s really all that matters.” This quote comes Sandy Hook Elementary School Principal Dawn Lafferty Hochsprung. Dawn was among the 20 children and six adults gunned down inside […]


Women March On!

What does it feel like to be part of the largest single day of direct action for community change in US History? Media coverage of the Women’s March focused on the power of acting together, the hope for change, the resolve to make a difference in the political life of our country. As you can […]


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Meet Our Literacy Trainers

Claire, Carol, and Krissen are three incredibly skilled volunteers who lead the charge for our Literacy Program Tutor trainings. Together they instill confidence, provide teaching tools and pave the way for the success of hundreds of volunteer tutors.

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Meet the Schoellhamer Family

At a time when so much of the public narrative is about dissatisfaction, complaint and what is broken - we see hundreds of examples of people like the Schoellhamers quietly making things better. Learn how their desire to honor their family member Alicia's spirit of generosity has grown into 27 years of philanthropy.

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