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Causes: Education, Health, Literacy, Remedial Reading & Encouragement, Special Education, Specifically Named Diseases

Mission: Reading is a critical link to success. Everyone Reading advances the lives of children and adults with dyslexia and related learning disabilities by providing the resources they need to learn to become successful readers, writers and spellers.

Results: In this year alone: 75 students received free tutoring this year Over 1000 educators benefited from our professional development Over 2500 calls for information and referrals were answered

Geographic areas served: New York City and surrounding metro area

Programs: Full and Half Day Institutes and Workshops for educators Afterschool and summer tutoring in Wilson Reading System Information and referrals for families and professionals

Community Stories

3 Stories from Volunteers, Donors & Supporters


Rating: 5

As a graduate student of education, I'm eager to learn tools for the classroom and to be ready for the changes taking place within education. Everyone Reading gave me the valuable opportunity to volunteer at their conference and attend sessions. I learned so much to take with me into the classroom!



Rating: 5

This is truly a valuable organization. As a special educator for over 30 years in the NYC Public Schools, I have come across many students who have the difficulties associated with dyslexia in the areas of reading , math and writing yet this is not a classification that we can use on an IEP. The Department of Education does not even offer any training to support teachers in this area. I have attended the past 5 conferences as well as professional development opportunities at Everyone Reading and as a direct result of these experiences, I have been able to help my students become readers!


Rating: 5

This organization was my savor when I first learned that My daughter had dyslexia. Attending workshops and having the help line (Diane) was very calming for me. It gave me a place where I can ask questions and I knew that I would get the correct answer.
I also attended many workshops that helped me learn what I could do for my daughter. I also learned a great deal on understanding the New York Department of Education. They provided answers that no one at the BOE would share.
Thank you for such a great organization