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Get Involved with Ferst Readers

There are several ways in which you can participate and get involved with Ferst Readers!

Be a part of a story that is larger than your own!

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Volunteer

If you are interested in volunteering your time and skills, our local Community Action Teams (CATs) are always looking for assistance!

Contact us toll-free at 1-706-818-6016 or email , or you can scan the QR Code to the right to fill out the volunteer inquiry form, and we will connect you with a local Community Action Team (CAT) in your area. 

Start the Program in Your Community

We are always looking to expand our reach and set up programs in new communities. There are two ways to bring books to your community:

Local Volunteer Community Action Team (CAT)

Group of volunteers or who:

  • Register children from birth to five years old.
  • Raise funds for books (because there isn't a cost to the families). For $42, a child receives an age-appropriate book each month for one year!
  • Promote early literacy and literacy events in the local community.  

Your CAT can comprise parents, teachers, retired teachers, businessmen, church members, community leaders – basically, anyone who understands the importance of early literacy and how improving early learning outcomes can impact an entire community! Every CAT looks different, so there is no ‘set’ format required to get started. If you would like more details about starting a CAT in your community, download this Start a CAT flyer.

Partnerships

Business/Civic Group/School System who:

  • Wants to provide books to a specific group of children.
  • Gives funds to mail books to those children.
  • The National Office will register children and maintain the account. 

If you'd like more information about starting a program in your area, please get in touch with us at or call toll-free at 1-888-565-0177.

VOTY Wayne Myers

 

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Thank you for visiting Ferst Readers!

Ensuring that children develop early literacy skills is one of the most important things we can do - as parents, as teachers - and as a society.

Won't you help us make a difference?

Adopt a reader today!   Make a Donation!