Vision, Mission, Values


Vision, Mission, Values

The One World Literacy Foundation recognizes that there is an enormous lack of learning resources in schools and communities in the US and across the world. We put into place a range of programs that aim to address this problem and provide schools and communities with the vital resources they need to teach literacy efficiently.

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Mission & Vision

One World Literacy (O.W.L.) focuses on the distribution of digital educational content by providing information in the field of literacy, reading, education, training, early childhood instruction and tutoring via the Internet. Our content is given to underfunded educational institutions as well as directly to individuals around the globe, therein giving access to the tools needed to learn how to succeed. Our goal is to eliminate illiteracy around the world and we believe strongly that with your help we can put the best learning tools in the hands of every person in need.

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Our Values 

Kindness; We believe strongly in our hearts that no child or adult should be left behind without the tools necessary to learn how to read. We believe that everyone can succeed, and reading is core to success, and we are doing our part to make that a reality.

Community; Our community and the people we surround ourselves with help shape the success of our youth. We trust in our communities, volunteers, donors and partners to help respond in times of need while offering children a chance to develop literacy skills and succeed with the assistance of O.W.L. and the community.

Determination; Hard fought determination fills the core of our values. We believe that all who are unable to read yesterday, can with our help read today. We believe in helping all children regardless of their situation or capabilities. Every person with the right tools and determination can achieve success.



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