Judith's Reading Room is a 501(c)3 organization founded in 2010 to enrich lives and societies by proactively encouraging freedom through literacy.
2022 Freedom Through Literacy Awards ANNOUNCED!
The 8th annual Judith’s Reading Room “Freedom Through Literacy” Award honors individual champions of literacy from all disciplines around the world - teachers, librarians, authors, researchers, educators - anyone who has done exemplary work to instill in others a love of reading. Learn More»
Judith's Reading Room has libraries in 22 countries around the world, with more on the way! Read more »
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Judith's Reading Room has provided books to establish book clubs for at-risk youth. Read more »
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Judith’s Reading Room announced today its newest Award — the Founders’ Award, a cash prize at the discretion of its founders, Scott & Cathy Leiber, to honor literacy heroes who have had to overcome immense obstacles in order to enrich lives through literacy.
2022 Freedom Through Literacy Award Winners Announced
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Judith’s Reading Room, a 501(c)3 based in eastern PA was selected — for the 2nd year in a row — as the Barnes & Noble Wyomissing PA 2021 Holiday Book Drive Charity.
103 libraries (and counting!) in 22 countries with 131,781 books worth over $1,420,568 million.
The Freedom Through Literacy Award, now in its 8th year, has disbursed $48,500 in cash awards to 47 champions of literacy. Winners hail from 14 countries: Australia, Bhutan, Cambodia, Cyprus, Greece, Honduras, Ivory Coast, Mexico, Pakistan, the Philippines, Romania, Rwanda, the U.S.A. and Zimbabwe. Winners from the U.S.A. come from 9 states: Arizona, Massachusetts, Minnesota, New Jersey, New York, Oklahoma, Pennsylvania, Texas and Virginia.