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Special Thanks: Lexis Nexis

We’d like to extend an enormous thanks to our Spelling Bee Silver Level Sponsor: LexisNexis. The LexisNexis Commitment to “demonstrate responsible leadership and a commitment to the well-being of societies” was demonstrated through a $500 donation fundraised internally by LexisNexis employees. That [Read on...]

BlackJack Pizza Pitches In


As most of you know, it’s a combination of our incredible volunteers and sponsors that make Project Read possible, and we’re very grateful to BlackJack Pizza for their donations to our summer party. Provo’s BlackJack is owned by Melissa Mullins and her husband [Read on...]

How do you eat an elephant? One bite at a time!

At Project Read, we are tackling the elephant of adult illiteracy one piece at a time. Every book, every dollar, every service hour builds our capability to change the lives of Utah County adults and their families.
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A Project Read Student Returns to Donate for Literacy

Project Read provides one-on-one literacy services for only $10/year, which is only a very small fraction of the cost associated with providing services for just one student. Project Read is able to continue to thrive and provide adult literacy services because of [Read on...]

Annual Christmas Party & Award Banquet

We appreciate everyone who attended the Project Read Annual Christmas Party and Award Banquet. The evening was lovely, the food delicious, the entertainment beautiful, and of course it was wonderful to spend the evening with friends and recognize the hard work and contributions of Project Read tutors and students. We appreciate those board members who attended, and we look forward [Read on...]

FedEx Kinko’s Pitches In

Many organizations and individuals played key roles in making the 2008 Project Read Spelling Bee possible. FedEx Kinko’s really stood out among this group. When asked why his store chose to donate more than $1,000 in-kind in printed spelling bee flyers and brochures, Justin, [Read on...]

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