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Name of the Organization
Read to Grow, Inc.
Contact Person
Tina Silidker
Contact phone
203-488-6800
E-mail
tsilidker@readtogrow.org
Website
http://www.readtogrow.org
Interest
Early Childhood
Description Interest
Read to Grow is the only statewide organization that places books in the hands of parents while still on the maternity unit. We encourage parents to seize the window of opprtunity for bonding and brain development that exists early in each child's life. As a vital community resource, we also provide free children's books to familes and programs in need, and parental guidance on building a strong foundation for later literacy and learning.

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At 12:51pm on August 30, 2010, Lee Cruz said…
Hi, glad to see you here on GNH Community. Please post information you want to share with other nonprofits and their clients including events, pictures and video.
At 12:59pm on January 13, 2010, Roger Senserrich - CAHS said…
Welcome to GNH Community! Glad to have you here. Keep us posted on any events, projects and ideas you want to share!
 
 
 

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