"One of the best small charities in the Washington, D.C. region"

Catalogue for Philanthropy

Sponsors

Corporations, Community Groups and Individuals

Giving back. Paying it forward. Making a difference.

The Reading Connection's sponsors understand that giving back is an essential part of living in the world.  They believe that paying it forward is a worthwhile choice.  And they choose to make a difference through The Reading Connection, where 80 cents of every dollar goes to programs whose goal is to energize young readers and provide interesting, attractive books to kids who have none. 

For the 2017-18 Catalogue for Philanthropy, The Reading Connection was chosen as one of our featured charities after financial and program evaluation.  It is truly "one of the best" smaller charities in the Washington area. TRC was also featured in the Catalogue in 2005, 2009, and 2013.

Catalogue for Philanthropy, Greater Washington

We have been supporting the excellent work of The Reading Connection for over 20 years. At Pi Beta Phi, we believe in the power of reading!

Northern Virginia Alumnae Club of Pi Beta Phi

We are both so happy we could help The Reading Connection as part of our wedding celebration. Picking out books for you all was the most fun purchase I've made it the past few months. I'm more into helping kids read than particular dresses or shoes!

Juliana Pearson

The Reading Connection has been selected to receive United Way of the National Capital Area Community Impact Grants as a high-performing nonprofit with programs and services that align with our strategic priority areas. We are proud to sponsor TRC programs in Arlington, Alexandria and Fairfax/Falls Church with Community Impact Grants. 

United Way of the National Capital Area

We are proud to choose TRC's summer reading program for at-risk kids, We Are Readers, to receive our inaugural grant.

Kevin Shooshan and Susan Anderson, Co-chairs

NextGenNow

The Reading Connection is a terrific organization that serves its community very well. The backpack drive demonstrates just one way in which TRC takes its partnerships to the next level. In whatever they do, though, it is always the kids that come first.

Tim Keating

The Boeing Company

We are glad to provide matching funds to inspire TRC’s Volunteer Outreach Committee to reach its $10,000 goal.  It is an example of TRC’s ingenuity in building volunteer capacity and donor support.

The Morris and Gwendolyn Cafritz Foundation

I donated to you all because reading is the cornerstone to learning and I want to help ensure that more kids have the opportunity to learn and enjoy.  My fund, The RunningBrooke Fund, operates through ACT for Alexandria. 

Brooke Curran

The RunningBrooke Fund of ACT for Alexandria

Make a wish come true!

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Children participating in the Read-Aloud program choose a new book to keep for their own each week. Almost all of the 4,553 books distributed in this way last year were books donated by the community. To donate books TRC's kids currently need, view our easy-to-find, always needed titles on TRC's Wish List or specially requested and currently needed titles on our Amazon Wish List

You can help us answer a child's book wish! 

Of Wine & Words 2017 Sponsors

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Gold

Greenfield Belser In-kind

Hunton & Williams LLP

Silver

Acumen

Amber Road

DLT Foundation

ISS

RE/MAX 

TMA

Bronze

Allan Woods Flowers In-kind

Expedition Technology

McGinn & Associates

Robert and Susan Rosenbaum

Steve and Tammy LaMantia

The Menges Group

Trident Communications LLC

Westland Printing In-kind

WTOP

Supporter

BB&T

Beverly Rezneck Photography In-kind

Claire Emory

Heather Darasz Designs In-kind

Hellerman Communications LLC

Kaja Orkand

Media Sponsor

Arlington Magazine