Most people are unaware of the consequences of illiteracy and its costs. Every important social and economic issue is impacted by low literacy.
As humans who are part of the collective we call society, our lives are intertwined in a thousand ways—our wellness, enterprise, education and infrastructure are reliant on the strength of the group, not just the individual. In this way, a fundamental like literacy isn't just about a child or an adult who cannot read. It's a community problem not a personal problem—one with interconnected, vital implications to business, government, culture and family life. And one that will take the combined efforts of the full community of Georgia literacy partners, donors and legislators—and you—to solve.
Literacy For All is not just our name, it's a call to action.