A number of local community organizations are coming together to deliver a new program for Syrian families with young children. The IPALS (Immigrant Parents as Literacy Supporters) program aims to help immigrant and refugee families support their preschool and kindergarten-aged… Read More
For another year, Bai Tong Restaurant in downtown Kelowna, will host a major fundraising event for Project Literacy Kelowna.
In 2004, Jamjit and Kitti Karunyasopon, who had arrived from Thailand with limited English skills, were referred to Project… Read More
Kelowna, BC (October 24, 2016). Project Literacy Kelowna Society is excited to embark on a new partnership with the Launch Community Development Foundation that will see a new financial literacy program offered at the Project Literacy downtown Learning Centre.
The… Read More
Project Literacy Kelowna Society is excited to become the new host organization supporting the work of the Central Okanagan Partners for Literacy task group.
The task group is made up of a number of community education and social service representatives… Read More
Project Literacy Kelowna Society is excited to announce the release of its 2016-17 Strategic Plan. This ambitious strategy builds upon thirty years of successful operations as a local charity and positions the society as a leader in local literacy support… Read More
Sandra, a single working mother, came to Project Literacy Kelowna to seek help to complete her Grade 10 English. Her plan was to take a health care assistant program so she could secure stable employment to support herself and her… Read More
The Project Literacy Kelowna Society Board of Directors and staff are excited about the boost it has received with a multi-year funding commitment totaling $45,000 over three years from the Central Okanagan Foundation.
“The receipt of the Central Okanagan Foundation… Read More
The Boyd Autobody & Glass Father’s Day Car Show Fundraiser on Sunday was a GREAT success! A huge thank you to Motor Werke who provided the gorgeous European vehicles! They were so kind to let us use their valuable gems.… Read More