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DLC News Blog

December 24, 2014

The Durham Literacy Center is now part of the Kroger Community Rewards Program. Our number is UG176. If you link your Kroger Rewards Card to this number, Kroger will donate to us each time you shop - at no cost to you! 

TO USE THE KROGER COMMUNITY REWARDS PROGRAM:

  • Register online at krogercommunityrewards.com.

  • Be sure to have your Kroger Plus card handy and register your card with your organization after you sign up. If you no...

December 24, 2014

When you join iGive and choose DLC as your cause, you will help the Durham Literacy Center earn money this holiday season and all year long when you shop online.

 

 

Right now, iGive is helping even more by donating $5 for every new member who joins before Dec. 15. No purchase necessary. The only requirement, sign-up and try the free and optional iGive Button through 2/15/15.

 

 

iGive is a free service where shopping at any of 1577 stores like...

December 24, 2014

While we celebrate the successes and resilience of our students, we also mourn the unexpected loss of our friend and board member, Dale Stouch. Dale gave the Durham Literacy Center 27 years loyal of service. He started as a volunteer tutor in 1987 - the agency was founded in 1985, so he must have been one of our earliest volunteers! Dale was a tutor with our Adult Literacy Program from 1987-2000 and he joined our board of directors in 200...

December 20, 2014

DURHAM — A trial program for educating inmates at the Durham County Jail still has some time to go, but signs are encouraging, according to Brian Jones, operations and development director for the Durham County Sheriff’s Office.

 

 

“We’ve seen a lot of improvement already in reading ability,” Jones said. “I’ve been encouraged by the results we’ve had so far.”

 

 

The six-month program, which started in September, offers test preparation for th...

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