How can you help?
We are a very cost-efficient charity and can provide a weekly one-to-one reading support session for a child for a whole academic year for an average of just £15.
What a small amount to transform a child's opportunities in life!
Schoolreaders is the only national charity to offer reading support to schools for free. This means that any child who needs support, regardless of the financial circumstances of their school, can benefit. While our volunteers generously give their time for nothing, we still have to raise funds to administer the scheme. Our small paid team matches volunteers with schools and supports both thereafter, ensuring that the relationship between the two is long-lasting and rewarding for both.
Click here to make a donation. Your generosity will help us to reach the many thousands of children across the UK who need our support.
Would you consider leaving a Gift in your Will to help future generations of children improve their literacy and fulfil their potential? If so, please click here to find out how.
Would you like to remember a loved one or friend by making a donation? Please click here to find out how.
Joining Schoolreaders as a company supporter offers you a unique opportunity to help us and to have a positive impact in your community and among your staff. Click here to find out more.
There are many ways to raise money for us - click here to see what others have done, and to find out how to pay in any funds you raise.
Help us raise funds each time you shop online. Buy from over 2,700 retailers and they will give a donation every time you buy something at no extra cost to you. Click here to find out how it works.
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Every £5 gives one child reading support for a whole term
child reading support for a whole year
A gift of £5 a month will support 4 children for a year
A gift of
£25 a month will support 20 children
for a whole year