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.
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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
Project Literacy Online!
Project Literacy is meeting with our tutors online to chat, share stories, provide support and talk about the process of online tutoring. If you are a tutor, please join one of our online sessions by emailing [email protected]… Read More
Due to the coronavirus (COVID-19), Project Literacy has temporarily closed. As a face to face organization, we care greatly about the health and wellness of our tutors, learners, and community partners.
Please follow us on Facebook and Instagram for our… Read More
The Second Annual Team Spelling Bee Challenge has been postponed, a new date will be announced in June, 2020.
Project Literacy is hosting its Second Annual Team Spelling Bee Challenge, a fundraiser with all proceeds going to support community… Read More
Volunteer tutors are invited to join us on Wednesday, March 11 from 5:30 – 7:30 pm, for an opportunity to network and share teaching strategies with tutors and our educators.
Space is limited!
Please register by March 9th at the… Read More
You’re invited to Dine Out in Support of Literacy in the Okanagan!
We are pleased to have three amazing businesses participating in Dine Out For Literacy, between January 28th and February 6th 2020!
Lost Horn Mediterranean Grill, West Kelowna
January… Read More
We invite you to help us celebrate the
6th Annual Interior Savings Unplug & Play Event AND Family Literacy Week!
The goal of Unplug & Play is to better inform our community about the importance of interactive play and maintaining… Read More
Screen time study: “Do Families Need to Power Down to Connect? A Study of Technology, Relationships, and Wellbeing”
Hear from UBC researchers and community professionals about:
The latest research on how screen time may be impacting young children
Strategies to… Read More