NCLA Annual Meeting

Join us for NCLA's Annual Meeting and Member Social on October 14, 2014, 7pm at Cafe Luna, 136 East Hargett Street in Raleigh.

$25/per person from an NCLA member organization (or individual member)

Reservations are required.

Click here to register.


For information on Member Benefits and joining NCLA, click here.

Donations - Donations to the NC Literacy Association should be sent to:


   c/o Alice Denson

   Orange County Literacy

   200 N. Greensboro St.

   Suite C-2

   Carrboro, NC 27510

NCLA is a 501c(3) non-profit. Donations are tax deductible.

Letter from the President
NCLA has over 30 community based literacy organizations and individuals across North Carolina as members. If you are an adult learner, or want to volunteer, there are programs in your area that will welcome you. To find an adult literacy program near you, please click on Affiliated Programs.

Ashley Lasher
President, NCLA Board of Directors


Every North Carolinian should possess the knowledge and skills necessary to thrive in a global economy – and to prepare their children to thrive.  Strong reading, writing, math and English language skills are the foundation.

Community-based literacy programs are uniquely positioned to help individuals build these skills.  We combine strong, proven instructional practices with the flexibility and confidentiality needed to meet the goals of our students.

The North Carolina Literacy Association (NCLA) supports the development and sustained growth of independent community-based literacy programs through public awareness, advocacy and the sharing of ideas and methodologies.

By working together, we can strengthen all our communities.  And we can help to improve the lives of all our students.