Resource Directory

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This listing of literacy programs and resources was compiled by the Moline Literacy Summit Committee. Are you looking to become a literacy volunteer?

Direct Services

offered by RSVP volunteers (Retired and Senior Volunteer Program)  •  Retired and senior volunteers who assist children and families with limited English speaking ability.
Black Hawk College  •  The program is for persons 16 years of age to adult, who read below a 9th grade level.
Boys and Girls Club of the Mississippi Valley  •  The Power Hour program serves the K-12 reading level, and children ages 6 to 16.
Christian Friendliness  •  Program serves Washington Elementary students in grades 3-5 who are referred by the school to the program.
Black Hawk College Literacy Program  •  Tutoring for adults 16 years of age and older at the reading level of 9th grade and below.
RIROE  •  Lights ON programs can be located in elementary, junior highs and high school facilities. There have been eighteen...
Moline School District #40  •  Literacy programs on location at schools K-12 in the Moline School District
Project NOW  •  Program serves children ages 3-6 from low income households or with disabilities.
Retired & Senior Volunteer Program / WIAAA  •  Retired and senior volunteers assist children or adults who are learning to read at the elementary level.
Reading skills for students K-12.
Faith Lutheran Church  •  Serves at-risk students in grades 1-4 at Washington Elementary School in Moline, Illinois.

Literacy Support Resources

Bi-State Literacy Council  •  The Bi-State Literacy Council offers special services including assistance in fundraising, public relations, literary...