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What does it mean to partner with Read to a Child?

Read to a Child partners with over 150 socially-minded companies and organizations across our five regions. Our partners support Read to a Child financially, making it possible to serve our mission, grow our programs, and reach as many students as possible with the power of the read aloud experience.

When possible, our corporate partner program allows us to recruit their employees as volunteers in the Read Aloud Mentoring Program in their Region. Partnering with Read to a Child provides a turnkey program with a research backed approach and proven results in improving the success of children in school and life while also enabling employees to have an enjoyable, convenient and meaningful volunteer opportunity.

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What is the value in a partnership with Read to a Child?

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Hear from some of our corporate partners about why they support Read to a Child

Erin Haberman
Corporate Partner

Erin Haberman

Sr. Director of Community Relations and AVP of Travelers Foundation

Sr. Director of Community Relations and AVP of Travelers Foundation

“Developing a love of reading at an early age is so important. It’s the reason Travelers has been a proud supporter of Read to a Child for many years and why our employees dedicate countless hours volunteering for this program.”

Erin Haberman
Mark Tarini
Corporate Partner

Mark Tarini

Partner & Co-Head, Portfolio Management & Investor Relations

Partner & Co-Head, Portfolio Management & Investor Relations

“ArcLight has been an enthusiastic supporter of Read to a Child for over 10 years. We believe that the love of reading is one of the greatest gifts that we can give children in under-resourced communities to help them succeed in school and later in life. We are delighted to partner with Read to a Child to support their mission of empowering children through the simple act of reading.”

Mark Tarini