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Anthology Gives Back to Students in Need; Advances Literacy with Room to Read

After another transformational year for the global education community, Anthology is welcoming the New Year by supporting students in need with a charitable donation. The education-centric nonprofit chosen for 2022 is Room to Read, an organization transforming the lives of millions of children in low-income communities around the world by advancing literacy and gender equality in education.

“As a combined company, we are committed to giving back and proud to be able to once again support students in need,” said Denise Haselhorst, Chief People Officer of Anthology. “This donation on behalf of clients is an opportunity for us to enable global initiatives and help make education accessible for the more than 23 million students that Room to Read has impacted worldwide.”

This is the second consecutive year that Anthology has helped financially support students on behalf of the company’s clients. In 2021, Anthology partnered with Believe in Students to aid students affected by the COVID-19 pandemic. The company also recently announced a new relationship with Together We Rise, a nonprofit organization dedicated to transforming the way youth navigate the foster care system in the United States.

The donated funds to Room to Read will support critical resources such as literacy and life skills development courses that help learners succeed throughout their educational journey. In addition, Anthology’s contribution will be specifically geared toward the resources Room to Read utilizes to improve literacy and gender equality in education in the developing world.

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