Alejandra Muñoz Contreras, one of Literacy Network's Student Services & Office Coordinators, is part of the team that makes registration go smoothly every semester.

Thanks to you, this fall semester  may be our
biggest yet
 
Each new semester brings a new round of individualized registration for Literacy Network programs. In the first week of September, we will welcome new and returning learners. We anticipate this semester will have a record number of learners enrolled in programs.

You have made this growth is possible. 

Thanks to you, we have significantly increased our capacity to serve the community in a beautiful new space. Have you seen it yet? If not, please give a call at 608-244-3911 and we'll be glad to arrange a time to show you around!

Each fall, we have a waitlist of about 100 adults looking to get in to our popular programs. We have raised $2 million of our $3 million goal. Your continued support will help us reduce waitlists and serve more of the great needs in our community. Learn more about our campaign for growth at www.growingthroughliteracy.org.

Enjoy great music and support Literacy Network

Madison's  Central Park Sessions are August 2 - September 7.
You'll enjoy fantastic music and  support our community!

Literacy Network volunteers and staff are selling  Central Park
Sessions  raffle tickets for the chance to win more than $5,000 in
prizes at the drawing on September 7! Tickets are available now from
Literacy Network -- $5 for one ticket and $10 for 3 tickets. 

All proceeds from raffle t ickets  goes directly to our adult literacy programs.

This year's "Grandest" Prize of $2,000 includes nights at 3 Madison hotels, tickets to The Overture Center, and gift certificates to some of Madison's favorite restaurants!

Give a call at 608-244-3911 or visit our office at 701 Dane Street to purchase tickets.



Vicenta's confidence is growing through literacy

Vicenta is learning English to make sure her 5- and 6-year-old daughters do the best they can in school. She wants to feel confident when she talks with their teachers.

When she learned about the opportunity to take an English for Parents class, she immediately enrolled. "I not much understand English. Just a little . . . I learn talking in English. I writing. I listen," she says. 

Vicenta is working particularly hard to prepare for the upcoming Parent-Teacher conferences at her daughters' school. "She was very quiet in the first couple of classes," says Vicenta's teacher, Stephanie. She has come out of her shell, though - in classes these days she practices asking what she needs to know about her daughters in school. "I need the question for my daughters' [teachers]," she says.
Your support of adult literacy education drives
success for so many.  A gift of any size goes a long way
toward supporting  the  thousands of adults who need services.
Thank you for your continued commitment.

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