Read & Seed Initiatives


Our Read & Seed program is a proactive approach to early literacy in low income communities. This program introduces children and young adults to books. It is our goal to seed their imagination, confidence and reading competency levels.  We supply free books throughout the community in an effort to promote literacy.  We offer books with as part of our initiative. We know that books will simulate the minds of our youth.



        Barbers, Beauticians  Initiative:

We  place Book Nooks in  barbershops and beautician shops  located in the inner city.

The Shelves of the nook will be full of books that depict positive images which reflect our youth.

Call 646 721 1358 and help put Book Nooks in your neighborhood shops!

                    Student Ambassador of Literacy Program

Students from first grade to 12 may join this program. Get community service credits.

 Each Ambassador may distribute free new books to organizations of his/her choice.

Literacynation will supply all books. Books will be distributed, by Ambassadors, at least three times a year.  All Ambassadors will need the written permission by a parent or legal guardian.

For more information call: 646-721-135


Precious Fruit Artistic Program
We perform character reenactments and instruct individuals on ways and strategies to resolve conflicts through theater and interactive workshops.
For more information call 215-380-4870.

38Th & MT. Vernon Street Community Library


Financial literacy workshop- Fee

Read and Seed story hour-Free

Homework Club WeekDay Afternoons 3-7-Free

GED Training- Free

Resume Development-Free

Senior Out Reach- Free 

Coumpter 101 Classes-Free


Volunteers Storytellers for our Read and Seed Initiative

Tutors at our 38th & Mt. Vernon Street Community Library - Math, English and Social Studies











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