Our Partners

For over 30 years, NCFL has partnered with key organizations to develop family literacy and education programming for nationwide multigenerational impact.

Partner Spotlight

Since our partnership was formed in 1991, Toyota has committed more than $50 million (as well as major in-kind support and business expertise) to help develop influential family literacy programs across the country. 
For more than 30 years, our partnership with the William R. Kenan, Jr. Charitable Trust has laid the groundwork for the growth of family literacy and learning programs nationwide, including NCFL’s place-based and multigenerational learning initiatives.
Since 2006, the Dollar General Literacy Foundation’s partnership has been instrumental to the establishment and growth of the National Literacy Directory, as well as innovations like financial literacy resources and Parent and Child Together (PACT) Time.
With its deeply-held belief in the power of early childhood education, PNC Grow Up Great has partnered with NCFL since 1994. Their support has helped expand our reach through PNC’s The Lesson Center website and strengthened our Say & Play With Words initiative.
Thanks to the U.S. Department of Education’s partnership, NCFL was selected in 2018 to lead the Statewide Family Engagement Centers (SWFC) program in multiple states, helping implement family engagement strategies at the state and local level.
For over three decades, NCFL has had a strong partnership with the Bureau of Indian Education through the Family and Child Education (FACE) program. This partnership began in 1991 with six BIE-funded schools and now supports 54 schools across multiple states.

Family Learning Community Collaborative

To accomplish our ambitious 60×30 Vision, NCFL partners with a group of like-minded, innovative organizations who can assist in bringing resources and assets to communities to advance educational attainment and economic prosperity.