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Leave the gift of literacy today and for the future. 


With over 300 volunteer tutors, 1,000 students, and 80 classes, Lincoln Literacy has continued to strengthen our community by teaching English Language and a variety of literacy skills to others for nearly 50 years. Support of any amount will make a lasting difference today and every day by giving the gift of literacy. 

For more information on giving to Lincoln Literacy, email us at

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By Check

Checks should be made out to "Lincoln Literacy." You can send them to us at:

Lincoln Literacy

 745 S 9th St

Lincoln, NE 68508

By Electronic Transfer (ACH)

Please email us at to request our EFT/ACH form. This form contains our bank information and allows us to direct your gift appropriately. Once completed, you may initiate the transfer electronically through your bank. No fees apply. If you choose to make it monthly, you may cancel at any time.

With Gifts of Stock

 Please contact your broker to donate gifts of stock. We will gladly share our brokerage account information with them for transfer of your stock gift.

More ways to give

Tax-free from your IRA

Generally, when you take a distribution from your IRA, it is treated as taxable income, and as you age, drawdowns become mandatory. However the provision referred to as a qualified charitable distribution (QCD) allows retirees who are age 70½ and older to donate up to $100,000 tax free from their IRA each year.

Through Planned Giving

As a donor, you are able to direct an executor or trustee to make a gift to Lincoln Literacy through a will or trust. You maintain complete control over the assets during your lifetime, and you can change your instructions for their ultimate distribution at any time.

With Tribute Donations

As a commemorative donation, tribute gifts can be made in memory, in honor, or in support of a close friend or family member. 

With In-kind Donations

In-kind donations include gifting goods, services or time — instead of money. Tangible goods may include things like equipment such as laptops or tablets, books, and/or writing supplies. Goods may also be intangible, such as advertising and professional services. Goods may be gently used or new. Email Donna Stadig at to learn more about Lincoln Literacy's wishlist of items. 

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