The Buena Vista Tutorial Program pairs credentialed teachers with elementary school children who read below grade level, but do not qualify for government-funded assistance. Ninety-five percent of participating children showed significant improvement in their reading skills, self-confidence and self esteem.
"We are thrilled that Anthropologie shares our philosophy of giving back to the local community," said Tracey Bracco, chairwoman of Buena Vista Auxiliary. "The gift will allow more elementary school children to participate in our tutorial program."
Lucy Activewear in Downtown Danville, 402 Railroad Ave., presented proceeds from its Lucy Fundraising Shopping Day in June to Lazarex Cancer Foundation of Danville. Pictured are (l-r) Susan Sappington, chairman of the board, Lazarex Cancer Foundation; Chelsea Horan, store manager of Lucy; and Dana Dornsife, president of Lazarex Cancer Foundation.
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