Amway and Schools of Hope

The United Way’s Schools of Hope program improves literacy for children and their families.

Kids who can’t read at grade level are 4 times more likely not to graduate.

Volunteer mentors spend 30 minutes each week with students that are behind in reading so they can have a better chance to succeed in school—and life.

If you’d like to help, contact the United Way. It’s simple just call 2-1-1 to be connected to your local United Way.

Amway is proud to support School’s of Hope and our commitment to Connecting with Community.

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