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.
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Come and visit Project Literacy at our upcoming summer events!
Lake Country Health and Wellness Fair – June 9, 2019 10am-2pm Beasley park
Kelowna Downtown Block Party – July 13, 2019 10am – 4pm more information
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Dining Out for Project Literacy
You will be supporting literacy in our community by purchasing $10 vouchers for Bai-Tong – A Thai food restaurant on Bernard. If you are interested please contact our office 250-762-2163 or email [email protected]… Read More
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
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
Project Literacy is proud to host two UBCO Bachelor of Education students for the month of May. Daneen Segec and Stephanie Turner are working with and supporting our Education Coordinators and Community and Family Literacy Facilitator in order to gain… Read More
With a close to 2017, Project Literacy is proud to reflect on its achievements. One highlight of the year was being awarded, in November, the 2017 Literacy Award by the Council of the Federation Literacy. This award recognizes achievement, innovative… Read More
Andrew McCartan has been a resident in Kelowna for the past 16 years. He previously lived in Calgary and Nanaimo. During those years he worked in the oil patch and in construction but always had a passion for technology. After… Read More
“It was always a dream of mine to speak English. When I was a child, I begged my parents to go to an English school, but because my parents could not speak English the school system would not allow it… Read More
Project Literacy has received a grant from Decoda Literacy Solutions to initiate the Fostering Literacy Program within the local community. With the support of the ONE TO ONE Society, the new Kelowna program will follow the ONE TO ONE tutoring… Read More