United Through Reading Plans to Develop First Free Read-Aloud App for Military Families with Interactive Book Features

SAN DIEGO, CA (June 14, 2016) — United Through Reading (UTR) has partnered with Kindoma, First Book, and Too Small to Fail with plans to develop an iOS and Android mobile app that will build on UTR’s proven model of allowing military families to experience reading aloud together while deployed or … [Read more...]

United Through Reading hosted the 3rd Annual Tribute to Military Families in Washington, D.C., sponsored by BAE Systems, Inc.

This week, more than 300 individuals, passionate about military families, joined us in Washington, D.C., to help us celebrate those families and the connections made through the read-aloud experience provided by United Through Reading. The event also gave recognition to the corporate, public policy, … [Read more...]

UTR in the News: Community Service Hero Award

United Through Reading's CEO, Sally Ann Zoll, Ed.D., was interviewed by several news syndicates  after receiving the Community Service Hero Award from the Congressional Medal of Honor Society on National Medal of Honor Day. Video interviews can be viewed below. United Through Reading was the … [Read more...]

United Through Reading Awarded Congressional Medal of Honor Society’s Inaugural Community Service Hero Award

On Friday, March 25, 2016, United Through Reading proudly accepted the Congressional Medal of Honor Society’s inaugural Community Service Hero Award at a ceremony at Joint-Base Myer-Henderson Hall on National Medal of Honor Day. United Through Reading (UTR) is the first to receive the ‘Community … [Read more...]

United Through Reading named recipient of Congressional Medal of Honor Society’s inaugural Community Service Hero Award

The Congressional Medal of Honor Society announced its 2016 Citizen Honors Award winners. United Through Reading (UTR) is the first to receive the ‘Community Service Hero Award,’ which recognizes a community-based organization for its exceptional impact or mission in supporting our nation’s service … [Read more...]

I See Me!, A Personalized Children’s Book Company Celebrates 15 Years by Giving Back to United Through Reading

 I See Me! Inc. creates high-quality personalized books that celebrate the uniqueness of each child. Over the last 15 years, like United Through Reading, I See Me! has brought together family and friends in a unique and positive way. To celebrate their 15th year birthday, from February 17-19, I … [Read more...]

United Through Reading Receives $25,000 Grant from AT&T!

United Through Reading is excited to share that today we accepted a $25,000 gift from AT&T Corporation! AT&T’s Regional Vice President, Ignacio De La Torre, presented the check in person this morning to United Through Reading CEO, Sally Ann Zoll, Ed.D., staff and Board of Trustees in San … [Read more...]

United Through Reading Wins $5,000 Grant from Yelp Foundation Thanks to Your Votes!

We're thrilled to announce that United Through Reading has received a $5,000 grant from the Yelp Foundation! Thank you for supporting us with your votes in the Yelp Foundation Gives Local grant contest, which allowed us to take the first place grant! Of many nonprofits considered for recognition, … [Read more...]

United Through Reading Receives $10,000 Holiday Grant from The Chris Kyle Frog Foundation

United Through Reading is celebrating the close of 2015 and the new year with some exciting news from the Chris Kyle Frog Foundation (CKFF). The CKFF is dedicated to serving military and first responders through meaningful interactive experiences that enrich family relationships. Recognizing that … [Read more...]

United Through Reading Named Recipient of 2015 Library of Congress Literacy Award

San Diego based nonprofit, United Through Reading, has been selected to receive the 2015 American Prize of the Library of Congress Literacy Awards Program, awarding the nonprofit $50,000. United Through Reading has been selected for its significant and measurable contribution to increasing literacy … [Read more...]