In the News


Be sure to check out our bimonthly columns in the Daily Herald! To read past columns, click on the titles that follow.


More that 2,700 students in Utah schools impacted by book donors, volunteers in last year 

Reading bedtime stories is key to your child's education

South Franklin Community Center a hub for improving kids' education

Join one million people in celebration of World Read Aloud Day

How reading can strengthen family relationships

Ready, Set, Read: creating and recommitting to reading resolutions

Utah County saw increase in literacy-based donations during holidays


4,500-plus books gifted to Utah first grade students through Depend

How books are topping the perfect holiday gift for kids

Today’s special: a literary feast with your children

Spanish Fork business opening bring dozens of books to Payson kids

How KBYU televeision programming is helping children learn to  read 

The Daily Herald covered the launching of the EveryDay Learners initiative. United Way of Utah County CEO Bill Hulterstrom and Brigham Young University Vice President John Lewis talk about the importance of EveryDay Learners. Click here to read more.

The Daily Herald did a follow up on EveryDay Learners one year after it was launched.  Click here to read about how EveryDay Learners has made an impact in the community during 2012. To watch an interview about EveryDay Learners with Bill Hulterstrom, click here.

National United Way CEO Brian Gallagher writes in the Huffington Post about what problems in education cost the economy and how communities can make a difference. Click here to read more

You can also read what other United Ways across the country are saying about the movement to recruit readers, mentors and tutors!

National United Way
United Way of Salt Lake
United Way of Northern Utah
United Way of Central Indiana

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