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Volunteers are helping improve high school graduation rates by mentoring kindergartners to third-graders

Welcome to our Website!

Literacy conversation focuses on birth to third grade plan

Mayor Recognizes National Service

Back to School: Becoming an Experience Corps Volunteer

Read to Succeed Buffalo Names New Board Member

Read to Succeed Buffalo Experience Corps Literacy Tutors Appear on AM Buffalo

Anne Ryan and Mayor Byron Brown featured on AM Buffalo

Partners in Literacy

New program taps senior citizens to tutor kids in reading

Seniors asked to be reading tutors for city kids

Read to Succeed Buffalo Receives $60,000 Grant from Community Foundation for Greater Buffalo

Jamie Wright - People on the Move

Read to Succeed Buffalo Receives $40,000 Grant from Gallogly Family Foundation

Grant to fund expansion of Dolly Parton's Imagination Library Program in 14207,14213, & 14214 ZIP codes in addition to 14215.

RTSB Hires Jamie Wright as Recruitment Specialist

AARP provides reading tutoring grant to Read to Succeed

AARP Foundation Announces Local Grant Award That Will Help Grow Student Reading Success

Positive Programs for Buffalo's Public School Pupils

Rich Family Foundation Pledges $1M to Benefit Education Initiatives in Buffalo

Letter: Early literacy is foundation on which all learning is built

Programs

We are focused on creating support for teachers of economically disadvantaged children.

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Get Involved

Thank you to the inaugural group of Experience Corps Volunteers!

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Parent Resources

You have the power to build your child’s brain – right from birth!

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