We believe that education is a human right for everyone.
We believe that adults who gain or improve their literacy and academic skills exhibit heightened self-confidence in their everyday lives. We believe that with this boost in confidence, adults are better equipped to adjust to the imbalances and different circumstances that they may be facing in society.
We believe that people who take time out of their busy schedules to empower adults to advance on their literacy journey should be celebrated. Even though they are not doing it for this reason.
We believe that businesses and individuals who financially support our community work, to improve and enhance our adult neighbors’ academic skills, should be recognized for their contribution for elevating the community. And contrary to popular belief, they do not have to do it.
We believe that adults who have acquired or improved their literacy skills should be celebrated for their accomplishments. They should seek to help others with the same level of empathy, dignity, and respect as was expressed towards them during their learning cycle.