Support Learning Ally: Ways to Give to Learning Ally

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Donate to help students who are blind, visually impaired, dyslexic or learning disabled.

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Learning Ally Delivers Results

Teachers Agreed

  • 76% - improved reading comprehension
  • 67% - increased motivation
  • 61% - improved self-confidence

What Parents Say

  • 92% agreed Learning Ally helped their child
  • 97% would recommend Learning Ally

What State Tests Say

In 51 of 52 comparisons of state tests, students with individualized education programs and access to Learning Ally programs and services outperformed those with no access.*

*In a comparison across 7 states, Learning Ally students outperform their peers in math and reading proficiency, scoring proficient or advanced proficient

Explore Ways to Give to Learning Ally

  • Become a Member of our Student Champion Circle

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  • Take Steps for Student Success

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  • Learning Ally Vision Society

    Join others who share a commitment in securing a legacy of success for future generations of blind, visually-impaired and students who learn differently.
  •  Starting Your Own Fundraiser

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  • Donations in Lieu of Gifts

    Pledge your birthday or dedicate your special day with us! Commemorate a special occasion in a unique way by helping students who are blind, visually-impaired or learning disabled.
  • Tribute and Memorials

    Honor or pay tribute in memory of a loved one, mentor, teacher or someone special by making a donation in their name to advance student success for those who learn differently.
  • Stock and Other Major Gifts

    Gifts of stock can be used to help us better serve the blind, visually impaired and learning disabled community, and can also help you, diversify your assets, and minimize capital gains taxes.
  • Benefits of Donating Your Vehicle

    Tom and Bette, who donated their car to Learning Ally
  • Join Learning Ally's Monthly Giving Program

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