Sustainability drives success. Every Reading Village program is implemented in partnership with the communities where we work, and our ultimate impact will not be seen for a generation. That said, we’ve got a model that works and we want to reach more kids in more communities!

Does your business or organization work in a community with low levels of literacy? Do you have trusted community partners to help roll out new programs? As we look to scale across boundaries and reach beyond Guatemala, we’re looking for partner organizations established in marginalized communities and interested in promoting literacy and education. If you think your organization would be a good fit, let’s talk! We’ve got the program model and training resources that you need to change lives!

Email us at partnerships@readingvillage.org with questions, leads, or for details.

Current Partners

The Dewan Foundation

The John and Susan Dewan Foundation began in January 2000 to provide hope and a future to those in poverty by supporting organizations that help people to help themselves. The foundation supports organizations that work overseas in developing countries, especially Central America, to provide education, job creation and economic development leading to stable employment for people in poverty.

The Good People Fund

The Good People Fund, inspired by the Jewish concept of tikkun olam (repairing the world), believes that a simple, effective act of kindness can make a world of difference. We provide financial support and guidance to unique charitable activities working person-to-person, to inspire widespread support for groups dedicated to the world's challenges.

The Estelle Friedman Gervis Family Foundation

The Estelle Friedman Gervis Family Foundation has been a loyal partner of ours for many years. Thanks to their loyalty and generosity we have been able to expand our Leaders & Readers program to reach more teenagers and more young children in rural Guatemala.

Lake Atitlan Libraries

The Lake Atitlan Libraries (LAL) was founded to improve literacy in Guatemala and other Latin American countries by fostering and supporting libraries, schools and teachers to promote the use of books in the classroom. Currently LAL works with a Guatemalan organization to identify local opportunities and challenges. Many new public middle schools (Básicos) are being started in isolated indigenous villages so that children can continue their education beyond primary school. But at the same time, few of the new schools have books for either the teachers or the students.

Global Giving

Global Giving is dedicated to building an efficient, open, thriving marketplace that connects people who have community and world-changing ideas with people who can support them. You select projects you want to support, make a tax-deductible contribution, and get regular progress updates - so you can see how your gift is making a difference.

The Red Empress Foundation

The Red Empress Foundation is committed to investing in nonprofit organizations that strive to create and preserve beauty in the world, inspire peace and education, and serve those in need. We support social entrepreneurial nonprofits that make the world a better place. And we appreciate the grassroots efforts and passion of our nonprofit partners, who share our commitment to igniting change.

Reader to Reader

Reader to Reader is a nonprofit organization that spreads literacy through book and computer donations, and innovative literacy programs that transform struggling students into engaged lifelong readers.

The Spanish Institute

The Spanish Institute offers fun, interactive and practical Spanish courses in Boulder, Denver, Broomfield and Longmont. At all levels, our classes will give you the tools to converse in the Spanish language.

Bolder Languages

Bolder Languages is a World Languages school with locations in Denver and Boulder, Colorado, focused on providing educational services related to learning a new language. These services include: adult classes, children's programs, tutoring, business services, languages. Through education we aim to improve cross cultural communications by reducing the barriers. This, we hope, will improve the perception of Americans throughout the world and vice versa, which will lead to safer communities and stronger economies.

The Boulder Bookstore

The Boulder Bookstore, Boulder's independent bookstore since 1973.

International Wanderer

A living abroad resource with country guides and information on working holiday visas; a global expat community directory and opportunity listings to volunteer abroad, study abroad, teach abroad, work abroad and intern abroad.

Sentient Publications

Sentient Publications, LLC publishes nonfiction books on cultural creativity, experimental education, transformative spirituality, holistic health, new science, ecology, and other topics, approached from an integral viewpoint. We also publish fiction that aims to intrigue, stimulate, and entertain. Our authors are intensely interested in exploring the nature of life from fresh perspectives, addressing life’s great questions, and fostering the full expression of the human potential. Sentient Publications’ books arise from the spirit of inquiry and the richness of the inherent dialogue between writer and reader.

AceReader

AceReader is referred to as reading improvement, reading assessment, reading fluency, vision training and speed reading software. AceReader provides software and online solutions to assess, track and improve students’ reading rates and comprehension. It not only focuses on helping students, but it also helps people of all ages become more efficient silent readers. AceReader always strives to provide the best products and services at affordable pricing and with superior support.

Reader to Reader, Inc

Reader to Reader, Inc. is a 501(c)(3) organization dedicated to expanding literacy and learning opportunities for the nation's most chronically underserved and vulnerable communities, including inner-city schools, Native American reservations, and poor rural towns.

Integrated Work

Integrated Work is a woman-owned and managed professional development firm committed to strengthening government and non-profit organizations’ capacity to move forward on their most important goals. For the past 12 years, our experienced consultants, facilitators and efficient administrators have provided remarkable professional development experiences that build stronger leaders for greater impact.