About Us

The Literacy Alliance is a non-profit organization based out of Columbus, GA. Our programs reach a wide variety of people, but they are all focused on one message: increasing literacy levels.


Whether you have $1, $10, or $1,000, it all goes to help us in our  mission to spread literacy in the Chattahoochee Valley.

Tools for Students, Parents, & Teachers

Whether you’re a parent, a K-12 student, a GED student, or you just want to improve your literacy skills, then there should be something here to help you.

Latest News

LENA Start: program for brain development in children under 3

LENA start is a 10-week long course for parents and their children that aims to improve brain development. It helps parents learn how to interact with their children in ways that improve their child’s cognitive abilities. It improves readiness for…

May 2019 newsletter

Our May 2019 newsletter is available for download. Check it out here:

30th anniversary coming soon

The Literacy Alliance will turn 30 next year! Stay tuned for upcoming announcements as we celebrate our legacy and plan for the future. The world is a different place now than it was in 1990. Literacy is still as much…

First 2000 Days

Why are the first 2,000 days so critical? There are only 2,000 days between the time a baby is born and when he or she will begin kindergarten. During that time, brain architecture is forming. The brain is not fully developed at birth….

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Cold Hard Facts

Economic security, access to health care, the ability to support the students and their families and the ability to actively participate in civic life all depends on an individual’s ability to read.

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