Every gift sustains Reading Recovery’s mission. Donate to a legacy fund or contribute in memory of a friend, family member, or colleague. These gifts supporteducators, students, and communities through transformative advocacy, development, and engagement.
In memory of Billie J. Askew
The Reading Recovery Community reflects on the loss of a dear friend and mentor. Billie J. Askew was loved by many in the Community and beyond for her brilliance, grace, humor, and exceptional kindness. Her contributions to Reading Recovery reverberate through the educators she inspired to the youngest learners in whom her influence took root.
Donations in Billie’s memory may be made to either the Billie J. Askew Endowment, Texas Woman’s University or to the Billie J. Askew Memorial Fund, RRCNA’s Foundation for Struggling Readers.
Linda Dorn Doctoral Fund To assist doctoral students at the University of Arkansas-Little Rock. Linda was committed to doctoral education, serving as dissertation chair for 14 doctoral students since 2014 and even continuing her support of doctoral education after her retirement from UA-Little Rock.
Linda Dorn Reading Recovery Legacy Fund To fund awards for teacher leader training. Linda’s commitment to Reading Recovery was clear, with significant intellectual and organizational leadership contributions to the Reading Recovery Community.