In continuation of our conversations with our 10-plus-year volunteers, we sat down with Jerry Waxman. Jerry, a retired IT consultant, has been with New Haven Reads for almost the entirety of our 15 years. He’s done everything around this place so to speak. 1) When and why did you first start volunteering with […]
We are delighted to announce that our 15th Year Celebration at Yale’s Sterling Memorial Library is sold out! Thank you to everyone who bought tickets and we are looking forward to seeing you next week at our event!
To celebrate our 15th year, New Haven Reads decided to sit down with our 10-plus-year volunteers and talk about our program.We spoke to Ethel Berger first. Ethel is an author/illustrator and one of the original members of the New Haven Reads board. She has volunteered with us for well over ten years. NHR: When […]
Our staff is getting into the spirit of Dr. Seuss Day! We love to celebrate Dr. Seuss with our students!
Briana (Bristol St. Site Director): I’m reading an Agatha Christie book called Murder on the Orient Express. It’s a murder mystery about a person called Casetti, who used to be part of a mobster group that kidnapped a kid and held him for ransom. The police arrested the wrong person, so Casetti changed his name […]
Looking to make a difference in 2017? Become a tutor at NHR! No experience is necessary and we provide all of the training and support that you need. Please click here for more information. Thank you for sharing the joy and power of reading with our community!
You can change a child’s life with your spare change! The Connex Credit Union Hamden Branch at 2100 Dixwell Avenue will be donating the coin counting fees for the January to March period to New Haven Reads! We are so honored to be chosen for this program and deeply appreciate this support! #coinsforchange
An enormous thank you to Yale Health for donating $3,745 as the proceeds from their November Basket Raffle! Heather Lieberman from Yale Health (who is also a NHR tutor!) presented the check to our Executive Director, Kirsten Levinsohn.
Wishing you and yours a very happy new year from all of us at New Haven Reads. As of Tuesday, January 3, 2017, regular hours in both the Book Bank and the Tutoring Program will resume.
If you have made your annual gift to New Haven Reads already – thank you! We are very appreciative of your support! If you have not yet made your contribution, there is just a little time left in 2016 to make your tax-deductible donation! Click on this link to make a secure, online donation! Together […]
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