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Transforming Lives of Students with Print Disabilities

How You Can Help?

Over 10 million American students struggle to read the printed word due to dyslexia and related learning disabilities, blindness and visual impairment.

Together we're transforming lives.

Apply to become a volunteer and provide students the tools they need to succeed. As a volunteer you can:

  • Produce Audiobooks
  • Fundraise
  • Become a Social Ambassador

Books Recorded This School Year

1,289

Volunteer Hours This School Year

+100,000

Pages Read This School Year

59,718,190

Students Reading This School Year

122,889

Data for School Year 2016/2017

Our Volunteers

Learning Ally volunteers share why they donate their time and expertise helping to record audiobooks for struggling readers.

Learning Ally volunteers outside of studio building

Why Volunteer?

As a volunteer you will be serving an entire community that empowers dyslexic, blind and visually impaired students to succeed.

Ways to Volunteer

Building Books

Volunteer to produce audiobooks

Learn how we transform printed books to life for our audiobook readers.

Woman recording audiobook in studio

Other Ways to Help

Volunteering beyond the audiobook

No matter who you are, you can help us support struggling readers.

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