In the nonprofit world, inspiration is essential. The size of the issues we address can be overwhelming, but the faces and facts can help us keep going during challenging times and can create a connection with those whose generosity is essential to our organizations.
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What is a college education worth? Beyond the personal victory of earning an associates or bachelor’s degree, there are major economic and societal benefits to supporting our Black and Latinx populations in the attainment of a college degree.
Have you ever felt foreign when talking to doctors? If you find that healthcare information and medical terms are hard to understand, you are not alone.
On April 9th the First Literacy Spelling Bee was featured in The Boston Globe. While this was the 32nd year First Literacy hosted the Spelling Bee, this was the first time the event included both recorded and live components.
Poetry writing in English is really only scary in the abstract. Many English language learners are already poets in their native languages, and poetry is a great way to help adult language learners build confidence in their English skills.
On Thursday, April 7, at First Literacy’s 32nd annual Spelling Bee, State Street Corporation received special recognition; by being the first to receive the “First Literacy Champion Award”.