Reading Eggs Launches Nationwide Fundraiser With the National Children’s Cancer Society

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National fundraiser aims to improve literacy skills while raising funds for children with cancer.

National Children's Cancer Society

Reading Eggs has partnered with the National Children's Cancer Society to jointly improve literacy skills and raise funds for children with cancer.

Reading Eggs, the online reading program for children aged 3-13, has partnered with The National Children’s Cancer Society (NCCS) to raise funds for families battling childhood cancer.

Through November 5, 2013, Reading Eggs will be donating $1 to NCCS for every free trial sign up to their online reading program. Donations will be made up to a maximum of $25,000.

Children who sign up for the free trial of Reading Eggs will be given four weeks access to all 120 lessons and many other great features of the online program.

The NCCS serves as a financial, emotional, and educational resource for families battling childhood cancer. Since their inception, NCCS has provided more than $57 million in direct financial assistance to more than 33,000 children nationwide.

Reading Eggs and the NCCS will also be organizing a fundraising competition in early 2014 where children will raise money by reading books and completing lessons in the Reading Eggs online reading program.

Sign up for a free four-week trial of Reading Eggs at

For more information on The National Children’s Cancer Society or to make a donation, please visit

About Reading Eggs

Developed by educators with over 25 years of experience, Reading Eggs online lessons instruct children in the five areas crucial to literacy development – phonemic awareness, phonics, vocabulary, fluency and comprehension. Reading Eggs focuses on a core reading curriculum of skills and strategies essential for sustained reading success and is suitable for children aged 3 through 13. Since launching in the United States and Canada in 2011, Reading Eggs has signed on more than 500,000 subscribers and presented more than 15 million lessons in North America.

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