The overall mission of Transitional-Literacy.Org is to support adults transitioning to college, university, or technical schools; the emphasis is on academic and technical English language reading and writing.
Immediate Fundraising Goals
An immediate goal is to raise funds for Textbook and School Supplies Grants for students enrolled in English for Academic Purposes courses and for students in their first year of college in Lawrenceville, GA USA.
Recent Textbook Grant Awarded
One $300-dollar Textbook and School Supplies grant was awarded to an EAP student on January 10, 2018 for the Spring semester. The grant was based on Fall 2017 student attributes.
Long Term Fundraising Goals
Fund Fall and Spring semester $500-dollar textbook and school supply grants for students across a number of locations, nationally and internationally.
Populations and Locations Served
Beyond the broader population of students served by the academic English language resources on the website, the specific populations of adult learners who are served by the grants and website include English language learners and first -year students needing assistance.
The site is free, however, donations are greatly appreciated any time of the year.
Currently, Transitional-Literacy.Org can only accept online donations from Nevada and Georgia. This is due to restrictions on any non-profit’s abilities to solicit donations in the states in which they are not registered.
For further information and alternatative ways to contribute, contact firstname.lastname@example.org, an address used to deal with spam, bots, and all manner of hazards on the internet.
Students are not permitted to donate.
All donations are tax deductible.
The photo above was taken during a class in which villagers are learning the Hani written language at a Hani village in June of 2005. The Hani are one of many indigenous groups who populate a wide area of the mountainous border regions of China, Vietnam, Myanmar, Thailand, and Laos. Before 1957, the Hani did not have a written language. It’s about 10:00 pm on a summer night in the Ailao mountains, southern Yunnan, People’s Republic of China. These are farmers learning to read and write in their own language. Learning to read and write in any language is empowering; by learning to read and write, this community is transitioning into a more complex, more beneficial level of thinking, communicating, and living.