Building Literacy in Dayton
Every day at the Brunner Literacy Center, volunteers put learning tools into the hands of adult learners. Established in 2011 to improve literacy in Dayton, the Brunner Literacy Center relies on the generous donations of corporations, foundations, and private individuals.
With this financial help, the administrators, staff and volunteers work to fulfill the Center’s mission of helping adults learn to read, write, compute, use technology, and learn English as a new language. Tutoring and other services, including books and materials are provided without charge.
There is a continuing need for people willing to give an hour or two a week in direct tutoring. Studies show that there is a direct relationship between the elements of poverty and illiteracy. It is the conviction of the Brunner Literacy Center that by making available a second chance for education, there will be a break in the cycle.
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