Thank you for giving to Reading Power. 

Improving a child's literacy is a priceless gift - one that continues to give over a lifetime!  Your donation, the dedication of our tutors and staff, and the hard work of our students all intertwine to create our dynamic program.

To donate by check:  Make check payable to Reading Power, Inc.

Send to:

Reading Power, Inc.

736 N. Western Avenue

Suite 226 

Lake Forest, IL 60045

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We thank YOU, our Donors, and appreciate you're generosity. Your donations give the gift of literacy!

Reading Power has helped over 2,212 children in North Chicago and Zion, Illinois, through individual, one-to-one tutoring.

We intervene early before children have their confidence and self-esteem undermined through an unsuccessful struggle to master reading.

By helping them learn to read and write, we change their lives. 

Please help us continue to grow!

Your generosity enables us to improve the quality of our program and to expand the number of children we tutor and schools we can serve. 

We have a research-based, cutting-edge program led by reading professionals and administered by almost 200 tutors. Reading Power works!

Please join us in this vital work and contribute generously. 

You can make a contribution to Reading Power, Inc. by credit card, cash or check.

Reading Power is a nonprofit, tax exempt 501(c)(3) organization, EIN 20-2916846. All contributions are tax deductible. 

"I have been a tutor/donor for many years and am a former board director. As an original and continuing tutor, I have seen Reading Power grow into a multi-school program with almost 200 tutors. I have watched our students' reading comprehension advance dramatically during each year and, equally important, seen their self-confidence and social skills grow significantly as well. The students clearly enjoy the program and look forward to the one-to-one learning experience."

        

      -Robert Karlblom, original tutor, 2003-present, donor