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Communicating in Plain Language for Health Professionals

Now accepting registrations for the Communicating in Plain Language for Health Professionals Workshop Documents written in straight forward language: Save time and money, because they get the job done well the first time. Help all readers understand your information. Avoid… Read More

Raise a Reader Fundraiser BBQ

Project Literacy is hosting their 4th annual Raise a Reader Campaign for the month of September. This fundraiser helps support Family Literacy programs, where children and adults can achieve their full potential at school, work and in the community through… Read More

Project Literacy is hiring!

Project Literacy is hiring a Literacy Coordinator for a one year maternity contract. Project Literacy Central Okanagan Society provides literacy support for low income adults, immigrant families, children and seniors. Over 150 volunteers contribute to tutoring adults in English and… Read More

First Annual Team Spelling Bee Challenge!

  You are invited!   Project Literacy is hosting their First Annual Team Spelling Bee Challenge, a fundraiser with all proceeds going to support community literacy. This fun team building event includes a hot breakfast, a Spelling Bee Trophy and… Read More

Communicating in Plain Language Workshop

Project Literacy is happy to announce the first Plain Language workshop of 2019! This 3.5 hour workshop will help you and your organization better understand the value of plain language. Plain language is about clear communication. It’s about using common… Read More

Annual General Meeting

Project Literacy will be hosting its AGM on Thursday, December 13 from 6pm-7pm at our office – 1635 Bertram St. Special Resolution Notification: Our new regional name and focus as presented by the Board of Directors be accepted.… Read More

Partnering with Mamas for Mamas

Project Literacy is excited to announce a new community partnership with Mamas For Mamas. For two years, Project Literacy has been supporting early childhood literacy through the “Bond to Literacy’ program. This program is for parents with children between the… Read More