The Wish You Well Foundation’s mission is "supporting family literacy in the United States by fostering and promoting the development and expansion of new and existing literacy and educational programs." The Foundation makes donations to programs and projects that aid in this stated mission.
Since its inception, the Wish You Well Foundation® has made donations to numerous organizations, including the following:
Catherine McAuley Center, Inc.
Cedar Rapids, Iowa
Since 1989, the Catherine McAuley Center has provided free adult English-language education for immigrants and refugees in the Cedar Rapids community and the surrounding areas.
Chester County Literacy Council
Chester, South Carolina
The Chester County Literacy Council provides basic literacy, basic workforce, and basic health literacy instruction in reading, writing, computing, speaking English proficiently, and using technology in order to become lifelong learners.
IMPACT Learning Center
The IMPACT Learning Center’s mission is to provide basic education, job skills training and higher educational opportunities for all the citizens of Jackson County, Alabama.
Jacksonville Literacy Council
The Jacksonville Literacy Council helps adults in basic literacy, financial literacy, G.E.D preparation and E.S.L. The Council serves the residents of Cherokee and surrounding counties.
Joplin NALA Read
Joplin NALA Read is a non-profit committed to the mission of fostering and strengthening literacy skills and coordinating with community resources to provide services, enabling learners to reach their full potential.
Literacy Action of Central Arkansas
Little Rock, Arkansas
Literacy Action provides one-on-one tutoring for adults whose needs are not being served by traditional classroom adult education programs in the Little Rock area.
The Literacy Center
Hilton Head, South Carolina
Since 1973, the Literacy Volunteers of the Lowcountry has equipped thousands of adults with the skills they need to succeed in the family, the workplace and the community.
Literacy Council of Northern Virginia
Falls Church, Virginia
The Literacy Council of Northern Virginia is a non-profit educational organization that recruits and trains volunteers to tutor adults who need to develop basic reading, writing and English-speaking skills. Since 1962, the Literacy Council has trained thousands of volunteers to provide one-to-one tutoring to adults in its community.
Literacy Network of South Berkshire
The mission of the Literacy Network of South Berkshire is to make one-on-one instruction in basic academic skills accessible to adults living in the 15 towns of southern Berkshire County.
Literacy Volunteers of America - Prince William, Inc.
The mission of Literacy Volunteers of America - Prince William is to teach adults to read. LVA-PW is an affiliate of ProLiteracy America, a nationwide organization. It takes volunteers from the community, trains them to be tutors and then matches them with adults with low-level literacy skills. LVA-PW provides the professional training, material and support that enable the volunteers to be effective tutors. All services to the student are free.
Literacy Volunteers of Morris County
Morristown, New Jersey
The Mission of LVMC is to promote increased literacy and fluency in English for adult learners in this area through the effective use of volunteers, the provision of support services for volunteers and learners, and through collaboration with individuals, groups and any organization desirous of fostering increased literacy.
Ozarks Literacy Council
The mission of the Ozarks Literacy Council is to open minds, lift lives and create a more literate community.
Progressive Education Program, Inc.
New Iberia, Louisiana
Progressive Education Program, Inc.’s mission is to empower adults through education to reach their full potential.
The READ Center
The READ Center is a community-based nonprofit organization providing educational opportunities to adults with low-level reading and communication skills. The Center offers classroom instruction, one-to-one tutoring, an adult literary curriculum and educational resources to support students.
Royce Learning Center
The mission of Royce Learning Center is to enable children and adults with learning disabilities, attention deficit disorders, and literacy needs to reach their maximum potential educationally, emotionally, and socially by providing comprehensive services.
Twin Lakes Literacy Council
Mountain Home, Arkansas
The Twin Lakes Literacy Council is dedicated to promoting the knowledge and appreciation of literacy for all individuals though educational training and mass media exposure. Through its work with the Educating Adults for the Workplace project, the Council provides materials and one-on-one tutoring to adults seeking job skills.
WATCH CDC works towards a more just community in the Waltham area by promoting affordable housing, providing adult education and leadership development, and empowering underrepresented residents through civic engagement. Its one-on-one tutoring program pairs volunteer tutors with adult learners in Waltham seeking to improve their English.
The Welcome Project
The Welcome Project provides programs for immigrant and lower-income families that hone leadership and personal development, provide access to employment and education, and help residents to learn English and the nuances of a new culture and engage more fully in the civic life of the city.
Wisconsin Literacy, Inc.
Wisconsin Literacy, Inc. is a non-profit coalition of 77 community-based literacy programs located throughout the state. Its member programs provide much-needed services to adults and families through dedicated staff and well-trained volunteer tutors.