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Contribute to the Cycle of Literacy Campaign!
By making a contribution to the Carnegie Center, you can make an impact that resounds through a person’s lifetime, improving their choices in life by giving the gift only learning can provide: opportunity. Your gift will touch children who are behind grade level in school. Adults who’d like to share their written life stories. Children and adults who request scholarships for programs with fees. Professionals seeking new jobs skills. People of all ages who attend free learning and arts events. Families who are learning together. At the Carnegie Center, people find joy in writing, reading, and learning new things.
At the Carnegie Center, people are empowered to explore and express their voices through imaginative learning and the literary arts.
Here’s how you can make that difference:
Support a tutoring student.
Donate stock as an alternative to making a cash gift.
Pledge a gift you will give over the course of time.
Planned giving provides for the future.
Other options are also available to show your support.
Contributions are tax-deductible; documentation of your gift will be mailed upon receipt. The Carnegie Center is proud to be a Kentucky Nonprofit Best Practices Partner
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“In the way that it can stretch a child’s imagination and foster learning, it is the biggest room in the world because it has the most potential to change lives.” --- Carnegie Center Executive Director, Jan Isenhour on the Family Learning Center
“I liked the informal atmosphere yet the knowledge and experience of the instructor” --- workshop participant
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The Kentucky Arts Council, the state arts agency, provides operating support to The Carnegie Center for Literacy and Learning with state tax dollars and federal funding from the National Endowment for the Arts.