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The Write-Right Literacy Program

Listing Last Update: October 8, 2021

Location

PO Box 17527
Atlanta, GA 30316
www.dfoww.org

Primary Contact

Daphany Williams-Dubois

(678) 977-9703

info@dfoww.org

Educational services

  • To read and write better
  • To study for my high school equivalency exam

Instruction Type

  • Classroom
  • Computer
  • Family literacy program

Program Overview

dfoww, Incorporated is a 501(c)3 federal tax-exempt nonprofit charity organization. Our purpose is to provide reading and writing assistance to underprivileged, low income, minority individuals and communities around the country. Our mission is to bridge the literacy achievement challenges that disproportionately impact low income, minority communities.

dfoww, Incorporated offers three programs to help low income, minority individuals and communities on their path to literacy. The Write-Right Literacy Program (WRLP) is a 3.5-month virtual program specifically developed to assist minority individuals who have not received a high school diploma or GED, because of their circumstances. In the United States, African American students routinely receive dramatically different learning opportunities based on their social status. Schools serving greater numbers of students of color have significantly fewer resources than schools serving mostly non-minority students. The Write-Right Literacy Program is free of charge to the public and will enrich and empower participants by means of literacy. All participants who complete the three-and-a-half-month virtual literacy program will receive a $200.00 financial reward scholarship.

Another program we offer is the Write-Right Nutrition Program (WRNP). This program addresses the food insecurity challenges that disproportionally impact low income, minority individuals and communities on their path to literacy. Under this program, all the participants registered in the WriteRight Literacy Program will also receive free food groceries, and $100.00 in gift cards to purchase groceries over the course of the semester. dfoww, Incorporated is committed to ensuring the charity organization has a diverse board of directors. We continually seek to bring on qualified minority directors and staff to provide oversight of the nonprofit organization and to ensure that we are carrying out our charity mission in an efficacious way.

© Copyright 2021 Daphany's Free Online Writing Workshop Incorporated. dfoww, Incorporated is a 501(c)3 Nonprofit #84-4099834

All Rights Reserved

Mission Statement

Here at dfoww Incorporated, we provide reading and writing assistance to underprivileged, low-income, minority individuals, and communities in Atlanta, Georgia. Our mission is to bridge the literacy achievement challenges that disproportionately impact low-income and minority communities. The Write-Right Literacy Program (WRLP) was specifically created to address the inequality and the literary achievement challenges that impact low income, minority individuals and communities. The Write-Right Literacy Program is common core standard and helps prepare adults 18 years of age and up who did not graduate from high school, to take the Reasoning Through Language Arts portion of the state GED test. We are headquartered in Atlanta, Georgia. We have students from across the US participating in our online program.



Copyright © 2021 Daphany's Free Online Writing Workshop Incorporated. dfoww, Incorporated is a 501(c)3 Nonprofit #84-4099834

All Rights Reserved

Hours of operation: M-F 9am - 5pm

Program’s Demographics/Metrics

dfoww, Incorporated serves the needs of the community as it relates to bridging the literacy challenges that disproportionately impact low income and minority individuals, families and communities.

Program Status:
Active