Everybody Wins! USA

Rating: 4.92 stars   12 reviews


71 Commercial St. #273 Boston MA 02109 USA


Everybody Wins! is a national children’s literacy and mentoring nonprofit proven to build the skills and love of reading among low-income and at-risk elementary students. By bringing volunteer mentors into schools for weekly one-on-one lunchtime reading experiences called Power Lunch, everybody wins! - children, schools, volunteers, their companies and ultimately, society.”


This past school year, Everybody Wins! affiliates served over 12,000 children at 184 schools, including 7,885 Power Lunch mentors from more than 600 organizations.

Target demographics:

low-income & at-risk elementary school children

Direct beneficiaries per year:


Geographic areas served:

Atlanta, Boston, Chicago, Des Moines, Hartford, Los Angeles, Miami, Minneapolis, New York City, Providence, Stamford, Vermont, Washington, DC


Power Lunch, Readers are Leaders, Story Time, EW Book Clubs

2010 Top-Rated Nonprofit
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Rating: 5 stars  

3 people found this review helpful

I'm a children's author and freelance writer who supports the mission of Everybody Wins! USA. Everybody Wins! is a great nonprofit because it matches low-income students with much-needed mentors. It helps raise awareness about the importance of reading, the issues surrounding children’s literacy and the community benefits of mentoring. I'm very impressed with the organization because it stays in constant contact with its affiliates and supporters and always accepts ideas and feedback that can strengthen the organization.

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