• Why I became a Corpotate Sponsor...

    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

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    We are both happy to help The Reading Connection as part of our wedding celebration. Picking out books for you all was the more fun than picking out dresses or shoes!

    —Juliana Pearson

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

    —Tim Keating, Senior Vice President, Boeing

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    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

  • Why I became a Corpotate Sponsor...

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

    —Kevin Shooshan and Susan Anderson, Co-chairs, NextGenNow

  • Why I became a Corpotate Sponsor...

    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

  • Why I became a Corpotate Sponsor...

    In 2005 and again in 2009, The Reading Connection was one of our featured charities, chosen after financial and program review by independent community reviewers.  TRC is truly "one of the best" small charities in the area. 

    —The Catalogue for Philanthropy--Washington DC

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Inside TRC

Catherine Keightley joins TRC as executive director

The board and staff of The Reading Connection are pleased to welcome Catherine Keightley as executive director, beginning Monday, March 27, 2017.  

A native of northern Virginia, Catherine has served as executive director of Girls on the Run of Northern Virginia and Vienna Youth Soccer. She also brings experience as an independent marketing and branding consultant.

 Please join us in welcoming Catherine to TRC. 

Inside TRC

New Read-Aloud program this fall!

Beginning in September 2017, The Reading Connection will partner with the Arlington Partnership for Affordable Housing (APAH) to open a new Read-Aloud program location at The Springs in Arlington, Va. The Read-Aloud program reads weekly with at-risk kids at 13 locations around the metro DC region.  Sign up to volunteer today.