Ways to Give

Support our Work

  • Contribute to TLC’s Endowment and invest in a future of literacy in Coconino County. Contact our Executive Director, Ari Wilder, at 928-556-0313 for more information.
  • Make a general donation.
  • Make an Arizona Tax Credit Donation. TLC is a Qualifying Charitable Organization and is eligible to receive tax credit donations through this mechanism (formerly called the Working Poor Tax Credit). Find more information and FAQs here.
  • Become a Monthly Sustaining Donor. Complete and submit THIS FORM to our Executive Director, Ari Wilder. Please call 928-556-0313 if you have questions or need more information.
  • Attend a TLC event, such as the 21st Annual Mountain Spelling Be on Thursday, April 27 from 5:30-9:30 pm at the High Country Conference Center. See our Events page for all of our upcoming events.
  • Add “Literacy Volunteers of Coconino County” to your Amazon account via the Amazon Smile program, and we will automatically receive 0.5% of your purchases.
  • Add Literacy Volunteers of Coconino County to your Fry’s VIP Card and we will receive a percentage of the cost of your purchases. Find directions here.
  • If you are interested in donating stocks and/or securities to Literacy Volunteers of Coconino County please call:
    Keith Todhunter Schaafsma, MBA, CFP
    Senior Investment Advisor
    Ascendant Financial Solutions, Inc.
    928-774-9598
  • Give through your will or trust. Contact your estate planner to learn more about how you can generously support TLC’s future without reducing your current income.
  • Donate consumable items such as printer paper, lined notebook paper, pens, pencils, paper towels, and other supplies directly to The Literacy Center.
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Financial Overview

  • LVCC receives no federal or state funding, relying instead on the support of community members and private organizations, including United Way of Northern Arizona, the Arizona Community Fund of Flagstaff, the Forest Highlands Foundation, Full Circle Trade & Thrift, and the Raymond Educational Foundation.
  • Our largest expenses are payroll, rent and utilities, items not typically covered by grants.
  • We aim to continually diversify our funding by hosting community events, writing grants, and building stronger relationships with our community partners and individual donors.
  • In April 2012, we received an endowment of $28,000 and this greatly contributes to our long-term stability.