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Read On. Get On. is a national campaign to get all our children reading well by the age of 11 by 2025

w: readongeton.org.uk

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 The Reading Agency helps young children, young people and adults become confident and enthusiastic readers.

w: readingagency.org.uk

e: info@readingagency.org.uk

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Quick Reads brings the pleasure of reading to less confident adult readers, supporting the one in six adults in the UK who struggle with literacy.

w: quickreads.org.uk

e: quickreads@niace.org.uk

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 The charity Read for Good runs Readathon and ReadWell, getting children involved in reading for pleasure in UK schools and hospitals.

w: readathon.org.uk

w: readwell.org.uk

e: justinedaniels@readathon.org

 

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 Beanstalk volunteer reading helpers transform the lives of children struggling with reading through one-to-one support.

w: beanstalkcharity.org.uk

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 Booktrust expands children's chances in life by developing their love of reading through book-gifting and family activities

w: booktrust.org.uk

e: query@booktrust.org.uk

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 Seven Stories saves, celebrates and shares the art of children's books and their place in our childhood.

 w: sevenstories.org.uk

e: info@sevenstories.org.uk

 

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 World Book Day encourages teachers, parents and carers to foster a culture of reading for pelasure in children of all ages, from toddler to teen at home and at school

w: worldbookday.com

e: wbd@education.co.uk

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 NIACE progresses the practice, policy and promotion of adult learning.

w: niace.org.uk

e: enquiries@niace.org.uk

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 The National Literacy Trust is dedicated to raising literacy levels of children and parents in the most deprived communities of the UK. 

w: literacytrust.org.uk

e: contact@literacytrust.org.uk

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CLPE helps teachers to teach children's literacy effectively, through projects, workshops and professional resources.

w: clpe.org,uk

e: info@clpe.co.uk

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 Fathers Reading Every Day (FRED) is a home-based reading programme to help fathers begin daily reading with their children

w: fatherhoodinstitute.org

e: c.rice@fatherhoodinstitute.org

 World Book Night encourages volunteers to gift books in their local communities to encourage adults and teenagers who have lost the love of reading to pick up a book and read

w: worldbooknight.org

e: info@worldbooknight.org

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Worldreader is a non-profit on a mission to bring digital books to every child and their family, so that they can improve their lives.

w: worldreader.org


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KEY is a Canadian registered charity and the first hybrid library program in Kenya, donating libraries to primary and secondary schools in the country.
w: knowledgeempoweringyouth.org
e: niccola@fieldmarshamfoundation.org

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  The Reader connects people with literature and one another through weekly read-aloud Shared Reading groups, held across the UK.

w: www.thereader.org.uk
e: info@thereader.org.uk

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The Fatherhood Institute
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Fathers Reading Every Day (FRED) is a home based reading programme developed in Texas USA and adapted in the UK by the fatherhood Institute. During the FRED program, fathers and father-figures of young children are presented with research-based information pack to help them begin daily reading activities with their children.
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