10,000 Pages Teams Up
Hoodiebooks is proud to announce our first non-profit education partner: 10,000 Pages! 10KP is a non-profit organization promoting basic universal reading literacy, comprehension and contract literacy.
Their amazing mission of helping people read 28 pages a day goes hand in hand with our educational goals.
Here’s a quick look at how their program works.
Developing a daily book-reading habit, let alone 27 pages a day, can seem impossible in the age of Youtube and Netflix. That’s why members who take the 10KP Pledge are given a reading program that starts with 3 pages per day. Over the next few weeks, this number increases until members are reading 28 pages per day.
This comes to more than 10,000 pages or 33 books per year. That’s why they’re always asking, “Did you get your 28-up today?”
We are so excited to see how this powerful partnership can help people read more, learn more, and grow more!
FROM THE 10,000 PAGES WEBSITE
Literacy is the ability to read, write and use numeracy, to handle information, to express ideas and opinions, to make decisions and solve problems, as family members, workers, citizens, and lifelong learners.
Why does 10,000 Pages work toward universal literacy?
Because today more than 750 million adults around the world cannot read or write.
Because 150 million children do not attend school and unless something changes they may never learn to read.
And because of approximately 6.25 Billion people who can read and write, most lack even basic comprehension of financial, legal, and contractual literacy.
Literacy, from the mastery of letters and numbers to the understanding of the practical, legal and financial differences between contracts and covenants, must be universal.
For more information about 10,000 Pages and their partnership with Hoodiebooks, visit their Partners page.