Asheville Community Theatre is having auditions...more
STAIBDANCE is casting for men and women dancers...more
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The following organizations are established literacy programs:
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Performing Artists: Literacy List.
Created in 1995, Kids In Need is a non-profit organization that gives school supplies to children in America.
Reading Is Fundamental began helping kids in 1966. The foundation has supporters in every US state. The company provides free books and other literacy resources to countless children.
10 years ago Literacy Volunteers of America and Laubach Literacy International joined forces to create ProLiteracy. Today the non-profit company works to educate adults in reading, writing, technology, and learning English.
Established in 1989, the National Center for Family Literacy’s mission is to involve the entire family in the learning process. With assistance from teachers and volunteers, the organization is able to bring family literacy programs to the community.