Stockings of Literacy 2011

We invite you to participate in a very special event to begin your holiday season. Stockings of Literacy provide opportunities to honor or memorialize special friends or family members in your life by sponsoring a stocking on our Christmas tree (in the window of the Rockingham County Literacy Project office, 705-A Washington Street, Eden). Your donations of $6 per stocking will allow the Literacy Project to purchase books, software, and other materials, which are greatly needed.

The person you honor, or a family member of the person you memorialize, will receive a card notifying them that you have donated a gift in his or her name. Each gift will be represented by a small stocking, with the honored or memorialized person’s name on a small piece of white paper, attached to each stocking. You are invited to come by the Rockingham County Literacy Project office between November 13 and January 1 to see your stockings on the tree.

To donate a gift, please fill in the enclosed form and mail it with your check, made payable to “Rockingham County Literacy Project,” to:
          Mrs. Jean Light Kinyon
          Executive Director
          Rockingham County Literacy Project
          705-A Washington Street
          Eden, NC 27288

Please call us at 336.627.0007 if you have questions. Please know that your donations will help someone to be able to read or to read better, and know that they are appreciated very much. Last year, the Rockingham County Literacy Project was able to help 97 people because of your generosity.

The 2011 Stockings of Literacy Letter and the donation form are below.  If you have any trouble opening these, e-mail

Network Administrator Thomas Knight, Executive Director Jean Light Kinyon, 
and Administrative Assistant Kerrey Hopper place Stockings of Literacy on the Christmas tree.

The Rockingham County Literacy Project is a 501(c)(3) tax-exempt organization, and your donations are tax deductible. We appreciate your continued support.
Thomas Knight,
Nov 10, 2011, 12:00 PM
Thomas Knight,
Nov 10, 2011, 12:00 PM