A to Z Literacy Movement is a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit organization that improves
the lives of impoverished children through literacy development. Currently, the
organization’s activities are primarily focused in Zambia, Africa and the Chicagoland
“Literacy is at the heart of sustainable development.” — Kofi Annan
This year we will:
Provide school lunches for approximately 160 pupils for six months- $1890
Entirely fund the yearly salary of two Zambian teachers - $3500
Ship over 3000 books to classrooms, libraries, and children's camps in Zambia. Cost
to ship a box of books = $4995
Remodel and replenish small library for after school program in northern Illinois
Daily, A to Z Literacy Movement and its partners provide education and support to
over 100 Zambian children. Your tax deductible contribution will improve these children’s
lives. Will you help?
Instructions for living life.
Tell about it.
After attending a Walk-A-Thon with hundreds of National Junior Honor Society students
from Bernotas Middle School and Lundahl Middle School on May 4th, there is much to
Friendly faces, generous givers, and promenading pupils gathered at Bernotas Middle
School at 9:30 am to raise money for A to Z Literacy Movement. While the band jammed,
students walked around the track, logging miles and service hours.
Generous donations totaled $7, 227. With these generous donations, impoverished students
will receive school lunch, books, and quality teachers. Such incredible efforts were
made by these NJHS students to improve literacy globally. For that, we are truly