Rise Literacy Center

Opening Our Doors

To Struggling Readers and English Language Learners

Get Involved

Awareness is the first step to helping students receive the type of instruction that will allow them become successful readers. But if you want to do more, heres how you can help:

Volunteer

Become a volunteer at one of our RISE Literacy Centers, and see first-hand how your can make a difference.

Donate

Join us in changing lives and communities by supporting struggling and non-readers with your contributions.

Host An Event

Host a seminar to empower people in your community about effective strategies for teaching struggling readers.

Amazon Smile

Purchase items on Amazon using our non-profit link and Amazon will donate 1% of your entire purchase to RISE.

This scholarship is in honor of our admirable friend and colleague, Craig Bair. He embodied persistence, lifelong learning, and enthusiasm in the face of challenges. It is in his name that we offer this scholarship to students who have overcome their struggles with reading to continue on to college and university.

Support Our Effort to Help Struggling Readers with the Craig Bair Memorial Scholarship

Donations

Rising Star Outreach

The Reading Horizons program has been a huge blessing to both our teachers and our children. We appreciate all you have done personally to not only make this wonderful software available to us, but to personally also train our teachers to use it. Thanks a million!

- Becky Douglas, Founder

English Skills Learning Center

The Reading Horizons Program has been a wonderful teaching tool for me to use with my students... What is great about the Reading Horizons Program is that all students, no matter what their level, can get something from the program... The program is giving my students the confidence to try to sound out words, when before they would guess or turn away. I love using Reading Horizons!

- Literacy Tutor

Humanitarian Experience for Youth

I just wanted to send a thank you for providing the English instructor card books for our program! It was so nice of you to go out of your way to meet with me to discuss the program and make all of the notebooks for us. The program was a success! I sent out the books to a few countries but I personally tried out the program with groups in Bolivia and Cape Verde.

- Kelsi Gormley, Program Manager


Events

Parent Workshop: How to Help Your Struggling Reader

May 15th, 7:30 PM - 8:30 PM MST
Kaysville Library
215 N Fairfield Rd, Kaysville, UT 84037