Unlocking each child’s potential through the foundation of reading
East Side Learning Center is an educational partnership with the School Sisters of Notre Dame
ESLC thanks you for honoring our founding director, Sister Audrey Lindenfelser, SSND. After contributing to ESLC's mission for over 16 years, Sister Audrey retired as Executive Director to return to her passion of direct service. [Click Sr. Audrey's picture to learn more!]
Together, we met our goal to raise $20,000 in honor of Sr. Audrey, but we have two more challenge matches from the Katherine B. Andersen Fund of the Saint Paul Foundation and a Bremer Foundation match. You can still designate your gift to the Sister Audrey Children's Reading Fund! ESLC is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit that relies on your generosity to “unlock each child’s potential through the foundation of reading.” Make a gift for children to receive one-on-one tutoring with a caring adult.
ESLC was recently selected as the winner of the United Way 2015 Best in Community Impact - Small Agency award! This award celebrates the work and commitment of all of our partners, working together to unlock each child’s potential through the foundation of reading. THANK YOU for making a difference! [Photo Courtesy of Craig Lassig Photography for United Way]
International Literacy Day
The 50th anniversary of International Literacy Day is on Friday, September 8th. Each year, nonprofits, NGOs and education leaders from around the world shine a spotlight on our global literacy needs. ... Read More
ESLC is hiring for three positions
We have three part-time positions available: Site Coordinator, Site Assistant, and Data and Office Administrator Read More
Thank you Cities 97 for donating $530,000 to local charities!
Thank you Cities 97 for your generosity to East Side Learning Center and many other nonprofits. Cities 97 is an inspirational partner to work with. Read how you can support this annual fundraiser via ... Read More
The Impact of United Way Changes on ESLC
The Executive Director shares a message from her heart regarding the United Way cuts. Yes, it's true. United Way cut the program that funds ESLC. In all, the cuts mean ESLC will have $205,000 less per... Read More