Your contribution to support educational initiatives will empower communities and equip them to overcome the challenges they face. For example if you donate $100 you will place over 100 books or equivalent academic materials into the hands of needy children. A contribution at any level is greatly appreciated because it will empower children not just today, but for many years to come.
All donations are tax deductible through our fantastic fiscal sponsor, Wings of Dawn international institute for children (wingsofthedawn.org), which is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) corporation headquartered in Fort Worth, Texas.
To donate by mail, please send a check, made payable to Literate Africa Project, Inc. to
770 Fulton Street #4C
Brooklyn, New York 11238
Many employers sponsor corporate matching gift programs and will match charitable contributions that their employees make.
Contact your company's human resources department to find out if they match gifts and to learn your options.
For larger donations or to find out more about how to donate stock or add the Literate Africa Project to your estate plan, please call Sekou Cox at +1-917-500-9526.
Through our volunteer team we have been able to sustain our programs, which stimulate and support lifelong reading and learning habits among children. There are numerous opportunities for volunteers locally, internationally and virtually. Please email
The Literate Africa Project is accepting internship applicants to support our NYC office operations. Primary responsibilities will include assisting with corporate communications, event planning, and some administrative tasks. There are also opportunities for a grant writer and a blogger.
To apply, please send your resume to
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Through your personal and professional networks you can spread the word to corporations, foundations, institutions and others that might be interested in learning about us and partnering with us. Please let us know by emailing us at
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