Pratham USA Readathon 2015 (Shreveport)
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Welcome to Pratham USA Readathon 2015 – where kids in the US read books to help kids in India learn to read. Reading is Good. Reading for a good cause is Great!
Kudos to all our Readathon teams and participants! We were able to win all of the $50K Tarsadia Foundation FREADOM EXPRESS Matching Challenge. Thank you, Mr. Bhikhubhai Patel and Tarsadia Foundation for generously encouraging our efforts.
Pratham USA Readathon has been extended until Dec. 31st and our stretch goal now is $200K. Please continue to support us as we read our way to greater success and help even more underprivileged children in India learn to read.
vineeta salvi and yogi patel, national co-chairs
Literacy liberates! Education empowers!
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Read stories of real lives changed
Smita loves showing off what she has learnt
Arshiya wants to teach English!
Sonali and Radha get to learn!
Encouraging Aalya to learn
Chanchal dreams of being a doctor
Kanika dreams of a better future for her family
Reading in the Morning and Night
Not skipping class any more!
Pratham USA - Every Child In School and Learning Well
Pratham is the largest not-for-profit organization providing quality education to underprivileged children in India. Pratham uses very low-cost and scalable methods and works in collaboration with the government, local communities, parents, teachers and volunteers across the country to educate millions of children every year. Pratham’s mission is “Every Child in School and Learning Well.”
Pratham USA, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization with a four-star rating (the highest possible) from Charity Navigator accepts tax deductible contributions from U.S. donors to help Pratham continue and expand its work for child literacy and education. For more information, visit www.prathamusa.org.