Help provide dignity and hope for adult learners in Henderson County. 

In addition to gifts of time and talent, the Literacy Council needs financial support from a variety of sources to achieve our mission. Please choose the method which suits you best: 

Donate Online  Please note that your donation by credit card will be processed by Network for Good and shown as such on your credit card statement. Blue Ridge Literacy Council receives the donation you make minus a 3% processing fee collected by Network for Good, unless you choose to include the 3% in your gift.

Or mail your check to:

Blue Ridge Literacy Council
PO Box 1728
Hendersonville, NC 28793


Leadership Circle

The BRLC Leadership Circle comprises individuals committed to ensuring that BRLC’s mission is achieved every fiscal year through an annual unrestricted gift of $1,000 or more. To donate, please follow this link.

Legacy Society

These donors have made provisions in their estate plans for BRLC. Our Legacy Society donors make arrangements with the Community Foundation of Henderson County (CFHC) or their attorneys/financial planners to provide a gift to operational funds or BRLC’s Endowment, managed by CFHC. These gifts ensure long-range sustainability.

For more information, please contact the Executive Director at 828-696-3811.

Other Ways To Support

To donate stock or provide BRLC with a legacy gift, please call us at 828-696-3811.

To find out how your business can sponsor Blue Ridge Literacy Council, please follow this link.

Your purchases can benefit Blue Ridge Literacy Council.  Please read more about the businesses that donate a percentage of your purchase to us.

Please contact BRLC at 828-696-3811 if additional information is needed.


Blue Ridge Literacy Council is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization and donations are tax-exempt as allowed by the IRS. "Financial information about this organization and a copy of its license are available from the State Solicitation Licensing Section at www.secretary.state.nc.us/verification. The license is not an endorsement by the State."