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Literacy programs are most welcome in any community. I consider Gloucester County very lucky indeed for it was the beneficiary of FURever As Friends. The involvement of the non-profit pet therapy organization showed the importance of the participation of private entities in making children be more literate. The best way to confront poverty and other challenges is to educate the young generation. With the literacy program, FURever As Friends has launched a very good program worth emulating by other private organizations.
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I support all programs for young generation. I think it is very important to provide such events for educating the literate persons. Because knowledge background is our base for life. This seminar will help children in future college life with their homework.