One in five DC residents has low literacy skills
Washington, DC (Vocus) October 2, 2010
Washington, DC-based marketing firm The Mighty Copywriter announced today it will donate four percent of all profits to the city’s literacy council, DC LEARNs.
DC LEARNs provides materials and training to literacy programs throughout the city and works with them to recruit volunteers and reach out to new learners.
“One in five DC residents has low literacy skills,” says Bob James, President, The Mighty Copywriter. “Illiteracy affects people’s health, employability and chances to participate as full citizens. We hope to give literacy a little boost through this commitment to DC LEARNs.”
About The Mighty Copywriter
The Mighty Copywriter, Bob James, is the Washington, DC area's go-to professional for on-demand copywriting. With more than 30 years’ experience writing for associations and businesses, Bob is an experienced wordsmith and marketing advisor committed to the proven principle that clarity is the key to results. To learn more, go to http://www.TheMightyCopywriter.com or call 202.537.1169.
About DC LEARNs
Nonprofit organization DC LEARNs is Washington’s literacy coalition, working for adult, child and family literacy programs to raise public awareness of literacy issues, recruit volunteers, provide outreach to new learners, and provide the materials, research, training and technical assistance needed to raise the quality of literacy services available to DC residents. To learn more, go to http://www.dclearns.org or call 202.331.0141.