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Help build Mimi's legacy.

Mimi believed that universal literacy was not only possible but imperative to sustain a democracy. Mimi dedicated her life to this goal, inspiring many of us along the way, to ensure that every child reads by leveraging the power of parents and of community. She knew that children deserve nothing less than our best selves.


“As John Dewey said in 1907: ‘What the best and wisest parent wants for his child, that must we want for all the children of the community’ and this is at the heart of LINC.” 

Mimi prompted us to care about our children when it matters most, with a gift that grows throughout life: the strong foundation of early literacy. She left a legacy that is timeless and one all of us can build upon. Your contribution ensures her vision will continue to help children not only learn to read but to love reading.

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