2 out of 3 children cannot read at grade-level. 

The literacy crisis in Sacramento threatens to drastically impact this generation of children, their future and the future of our city.   Sacramento’s literacy crisis requires bold action and massive public awareness.  From the 2017 Walk4Literacy, $7,500 was granted to local programs positively impacting children’s literacy in our community.  To date, $35,000 has been granted back to community organizations helping children reach grade-level.  Our goal is to help every child reach grade-level reading. The Walk4Literacy is a collaborative project. Join us! Make a donation! Sign up for next year’s Walk4Literacy.



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Save the date & Register Today for the 5th Annual Walk4Literacy 

Saturday October 20, 2018

Help all of Sacramento’s children achieve grade-level reading.

Join us at the finish line for the Walk4Literacy Festival in Cesar Chavez Park.  

1-Golden1 at the beginning
2 – West Campus Literacy Warriors!
3 – Family fun
4 – Start line with Sacramento Mandarins
5 – With some help from our Friend’s friends
6 – Through the streets with Visions in Education
7 – Democracy means all kids read!
8 – Finish line with the Mandarins too!
9- And to the Family Festival we go.
15 – More free books
14 – Face Painting
12 – Live Poetry
11 -Live Music

13 – Free Hot Dogs and Chips from the Lyons Club
10 – Free books