Sustainable Literacy is a faith based non profit organization that is dedicated to caring for orphans through education and training global leaders.
To provide hope to orphans through education.
To connect local communities to the needs of orphans.
To train students to become global leaders through service and education.
Sustainable Literacy was founded in the fall of 2014.
In 6 months over 3,000 letters were collected from 15 Universities and over 5 different countries. In June 2015 eight college students-- led by the founder of Sustainable Literacy John Sellers-- traveled to Nepal. The first team delivered encouraging letters and built temporary structures for earth quake victims in Nepal.
After returning back from Nepal, the Letter Movement rapidly expanded to a number of college campuses where student chapters were formed.
While the student chapters were developing and the Sustainable Literacy Program was being written, four branches formed inside of Sustainable Literacy: Fernweh Fox, Venture for Change, Letters in Motion, Martin Coffeehouse.
Over the past 4 years we have been working to build a self sustaining structure that would make a long term impact through education in Nepal. We never thought we would have to start so many bushinesses and form so many partnerships to make this happen but we did.
Through the launch of Martin Coffeehouse in 2017 we have finally completed the last part of our organization goals.
We can now provide the first step to making impact and it is as easy as drinking a cup of coffee. If someone wants to do know more they can get involved with our letter writing campaigns through Letters in Motion. We now have lead 7 international trips though our travel company Venture for Change.