Being a member of the Kalamazoo Literacy Council is one of the best ways you can help build a literate community. Membership is open to anyone who supports the mission of the KLC. This includes teachers, parents, businesses, community leaders, tutors, and others who believe literacy is a priority for the community.
As a member you will:
- Be informed about adult literacy matters through the newsletter, e-mail updates and other means.
- Be invited to and included in activities and events that focus on literacy.
- Be counted as one who stands for literacy.
Literacy matters, and your voice helps the KLC to make a difference. Become a member or renew your membership in the KLC here.
If you have any questions about your membership status or the KLC membership program, please call (269) 382-0490, Ext. 222.
More ways to promote literacy in your neighborhood.
Your contribution to help end illiteracy in Kalamazoo County is greatly appreciated. Let others know that you stand behind the goal of 100 percent literacy in Kalamazoo County with an ENT-R poster. Post it in your office, in the window of your business, or even drop it off at your favorite coffee shop. With everyone lending a helping hand, our goal can be reached in no time.
Together, our voices can go farther.
Inform our leaders in Kalamazoo County that combating illiteracy is an issue you care about. Send a letter or an e-mail to our representatives using the Proliteracy.com Legislative Action Center. Just enter your Kalamazoo ZIP code and select a message to send to our state and national leaders. It only takes about five minutes for your voice to be heard and your opinion on literacy to count.