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Phone: (919) 489-8383  

 

Email: info@durhamliteracy.org​

 

Location: 1905 Chapel Hill Rd, Durham, NC 27707

 

Mailing address:  PO Box 52209, Durham, NC 27717

 

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The Durham Literacy Center is a nonprofit, tax-exempt charitable organization under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code. Donations are tax-deductible as allowed by law. Our Federal Tax ID Number is 56-1479534.

Wishlist 

Tangible Needs

  • LCD projectors for classrooms

  • Tablets for instructional use

  • Large white boards

  • Bus passes for students

  • Classroom supplies (white board markers, white board cleaner)

  • Office supplies (loose notebook paper, index cards, pencils, erasers, copier paper)

  • Break room supplies (coffee, tea, sugar, & dry creamer paper cups, paper towels)

  • New signage

  • Office chairs

 

Facility Needs/Projects

  • Yardwork

  • Painting projects

  • An elevator

 

Volunteer Needs

  • Board and committee members

  • Volunteer tutors for Adult Literacy, ESOL, Youth Education Program and Computer Literacy

  • Volunteer IT skills

  • Business strategists and analysts to assist with branding; feasibility business analysis and planning; facility management; etc.

 

Books

High Interest Low Level readers for adult learners who read at or below a 3rd grade level (Click on a name to go to Grass Roots Press Website to learn more about each biography.):  

 

 

​We are also looking for new or used copies of large print books (novels, biographies, and other popular books) for our readers who have impaired vision. 

 

In general, we accept most donations of books that are in good condition. Books that we do not add to our library will be placed on our "Free Books" table so that students, tutors, and community members can take them.

 

We cannot accept moldy books, books with pages torn out, or books that smell heavily of smoke. We do not accept large sets of encyclopias, as we do not have sufficient space for them. 

 

High School Equivalency Test Materials:

 

Study materials for the new 2014 GED Tests. Click here to go to our Amazon Wishlist to learn more about each resource.  

 

  • Steck-Vaughn GED: Test Preparation Print Bundle Mathematical Reasoning 2014

  • Steck-Vaughn GED: Test Preparation Student Workbook Reasoning Through Language Arts

  • Steck-Vaughn GED: Test Preparation Student Edition Social Studies 2014

  • Steck-Vaughn GED: Test Preparation Student Edition Mathematical Reasoning 2014

  • Steck-Vaughn GED: Test Preparation Student Edition Science 2014

  • Steck-Vaughn GED: Test Preparation Student Edition Reasoning Through Language Arts 2014

  • Steck-Vaughn GED: Complete Preparation 2014

  • McGraw-Hill Education Preparation for the GED® Test