International Literacy Day

Nic Watson
An open book in front of bookshelves

providing access to employment opportunities; adult and youth education; and health care.

Reading has been a fundamental part of education programming at Project HOME. Literacy programs at the HLCCTL change lives. Libraries in our residences become hubs for meeting each other. 

And increasingly, our online bookstore Project HOMEbooks has seen residents and alumni work together to grow a business that will continue to provide supportive employment for years to come.

The support of the reading community has been instrumental to this new venture, donations from students at Temple, UPENN and GMU among others have sustained us. Publishers and bookstore have found it in their hearts to donate.

I'm including some links to read about Project HOMEbooks and our literacy programs. Please look it over and consider donating.

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