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Yearly Archives: 2020

Sock it to Literacy! Campaign

Keep you and your loved one’s feet warm and cozy! Project Literacy is selling women’s and men’s soft merino wool socks for $10/pair (tax included). These funds will be used to support our literacy programs. You can purchase socks at… Read More

Central Okanagan Story Walks – May 6-16, 2022

We are thrilled to partner with The Central Okanagan Early Years Partnership (COEYP) in the organization of the Central Okanagan Story Walks. These Story Walks occur multiple times a year for one week. Children’s books are set up in various… Read More

Our 2nd Annual Team Spelling Bee Winner!

The Provincial Court Team (The Agraphia-ites) won this year’s Adult Team Spelling Bee Competition! Eight teams competed for first place and the Team Spelling Bee Cup! A big thank you to all the participating teams! All funds raised from the… Read More

Second Annual Team Spelling Bee Challenge!

The Second Annual Team Spelling Bee Challenge is being held Thursday September 24th, 2020 Project Literacy is hosting its Second Annual Team Spelling Bee Challenge, a fundraiser with all proceeds going to support community literacy. This fun team building event… Read More

Project Literacy is Hiring an Office Administrator

About Project Literacy Project Literacy Central Okanagan Society provides literacy tutoring for immigrants, vulnerable families, adults, children, and seniors. Over 150 volunteers contribute to tutoring adults in English and Math. Over the past 34 years, we have helped people improve… Read More

Community Care Garden Project!

Project Literacy has partnered with KCR Community Resources to create the Community Care Garden Project! The project will provide fresh vegetables to vulnerable families in Kelowna. Information on how each type of vegetable is grown will also be provided. On… Read More

National Volunteer Appreciation Week

Project Literacy celebrated National Volunteer Appreciation Week by placing the names of all our volunteers in a small basket. Then 20 names were drawn by the our Board President, Laurie Evans. We mailed gift certificates to these lucky volunteers as… Read More