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Become a LitNet Berkshire Business Partner

LitNet partners with a variety of local businesses and corporate sponsors to fund its year-round tutoring programs. When you partner with LitNet to sponsor a program or event, you get your business’s name and logo in front of our audience of nearly 3,000 community members (newsletter, Facebook, and Instagram subscribers) while supporting our life-changing educational work. 

Your partnership helps support the following:

  • Our free 1:1 tutoring programs
  • Books, supplies, and access to online resources
  • Community educational workshops
  • Volunteer tutor training sessions
  • LitNet book groups and community conversations

Annual Benefits:

  • Your business will be featured on Our Partners page with a link to your website.
  • You will be featured in our monthly newsletter.
  • Your logo and business name will appear on flyers, brochures, and relevant printed materials.
  • We will vocally acknowledge your support at an event, and on LitNet’s social media

Partnership starts at $500. Contact Leigh at [email protected] or call (413) 243-0471 for more information.

The Bookloft: one of our local partners.

The Bookloft is proud to sponsor the Literacy Network. Literature and the written word are the cornerstones of our society, whether you’re a native English speaker or learning English as a second language. It is vital to understand the growing societal impacts writing has on our community, our society, and our country. We are proud to support the Literacy Network, and the Berkshires at large, in providing access to books for people of all ages, races, genders, and economic backgrounds.”

Giovanni Boivin

Owner, The Bookloft

The Bookloft: one of our local partners.

The Bookloft is proud to sponsor the Literacy Network. Literature and the written word are the cornerstones of our society, whether you’re a native English speaker or learning English as a second language. It is vital to understand the growing societal impacts writing has on our community, our society, and our country. We are proud to support the Literacy Network, and the Berkshires at large, in providing access to books for people of all ages, races, genders, and economic backgrounds.”