Cleveland Reads, the Greater Cleveland Literacy Coalition and a division of the United Way, received a Mayoral Proclamation declaring the month of February as “Cleveland Reads Month.”
This is a great time to learn more about what Cleveland Reads does here http://lakewoodobserver.com/read/news/non-profit/when-lakewood-reads-cleveland-reads and ways to volunteer here http://www.clevelandreads.org/index.htm. (I still need to figure out how to insert hyperlinks.)
Cleveland Reads not only places volunteers with agencies that need tutors, they also provide training and ongoing support. I've been meaning to call them myself in the new year to get involved again in teaching reading - I'll let you know how that turns out.
What other resources do you know of to volunteer for literacy (or education in general) in Cleveland? Post your ideas in the comments!