Our Partners

All 313Reads Partners serve essential roles in the work for collective impact. These roles are defined and outlined below. We are endlessly grateful for all our partners. Thank you for the thought, passion, and energy you bring to Detroit literacy.

If you are interested in becoming a partner, contact 313reads@brilliantdetroit.org.


Partners who invest in the 313Reads collective through grant funding.


Partners who share knowledge, skills, training, coaching, consulting, etc. to support literacy programs and providers in growing their capacity for impact.


Partners that represent institutions and systems with platforms to support 313Reads in developing strategy for population level impact.


Organizations and/or individuals that work directly with target populations in implementing strategies and action plans. Click here to learn more about becoming a Program Partner.


Volunteers are an important part of the work of 313Reads and its collective impact. They are community members who support the work of 313Reads and its partners by volunteering in various capacities, including working with children for assessments, book distribution. For more information visit our volunteer page or email us at 313reads@brilliantdetroit.org.

Community PARTNERS

Vendors and other organizations that serve Detroit’s robust community. We are intentional about working with folks who represent and give back to our city. Our workshops and learning communities are open to all community partners. If you would like to work with us, contact us at 313reads@brilliantdetroit.org.

Our Tables

313Reads works in collective impact with stakeholders at the city, state, and national level to create the early literacy and language systems based in equity and justice that Detroit families deserve. Read more about our structure in "Our Work."

Early Literacy Table Co-Chairs:

  • Kenyatta Stephens from Black Family Development, Inc.
  • Leah van Belle from 313Reads
  • Cindy Eggleton from Brilliant Detroit

Summer Learning Table Co-Chairs:

  • Andrea Meyer from Center for Success
  • Kim Johnson from Developing K.I.D.S.

Attendance Table: