Meet Officer Logan

Proud to read – and succeed

When Logan was 3, he struggled to speak, unable to say more than 3-word sentences. But since participating in a Save the Children literacy program – he’s read more than 240 books, a badge of honor he wears with pride. Thanks to supporters like you, one day he’ll wear a real badge – he dreams of becoming a police officer one day. For 100 years, Save the Children has been helping children like Logan in the U.S. and around the world – creating ripples of change for generations to come..

Twins Logan and Lucas, both 7 laugh with their grandma and legal guardian, in their classroom in Kentucky. The brothers are part of Save the Children's in school literacy program that provides training, tools and support schools need to accelerate reading growth for struggling readers. Photo credit: Ellery Lamm / Save the Children 2018.
Logan, 7, and Miss Reeder look for books together in their classroom in Kentucky. Logan is part of Save the Children's in school literacy program that provides training, tools and support schools need to accelerate reading growth for struggling readers. Photo credit: Ellery Lamm / Save the Children 2018.

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