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Name of the Organization
Literacy Volunteers
Contact Person
Doss Venema
Job Title
Executive Director
Contact phone
203-776-5899
E-mail
DossVenema@lvagnh.org
Website
http://www.lvagnh.org
Interest
Education, Adult Education, Financial Literacy
Description Interest
Literacy Volunteers helps adults in the Greater New Haven, Valley and Meriden/Wallingford communities who struggle with low literacy skills.

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At 3:54pm on March 19, 2014, Lee Cruz said…

Doss,

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