We just can’t stop bragging about Earl Mills. He came to Craven Literacy Council at age 48 and through diligent work with our tutors learned to read. He’s been on stage with former first lady Barbara Bush. He’s been a speaker at ProLiteracy events. He’s had several books published.
ProLiteracy is expanding its efforts to spread awareness about adult literacy. On Sunday, November 8, The New York Times featured an adult literacy ad in the “Giving” section, a special section dedicated to philanthropy. This issue of The New York Times was distributed nationally to more than 1.2 million people through subscriptions and at newsstands.
See the ProLiteracy NY Times ad here.