You’re invited to a FUNdraiser for…
Project Literacy Kelowna
Tuesday Aug. 8th, 2017 5pm-8pm
Chapters Orchard Park Mall
2271 Harvey Avenue
Please bring this invitation with you to the FUNdraiser!
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Valley First, which is part of First West Credit Union, wants to improve the Okanagan for children and families by giving $50,000 to a community-focused program. This grant is one of three that First West is distributing to support organizations… Read More
Thank-you to Fern and Alex Carr for sharing the Project Literacy story with the community on Shaw TV Okanagan. We are blessed to have amazing volunteers in our organization. It is their passion that makes us successful!… Read More
Rima and her family, Syrian refugees, moved to Canada in 2016. Rima has a three-year-old daughter named Yara. She was worried about her child’s development and whether her toddler was able to obtain the help she needed in order be… Read More
Are you ready to sip, paint and laugh til’ your cheeks hurt? Do you want to support a local non-profit and give back to your community? Join us for a paint night fundraiser for Project Literacy and help us expand… Read More
Amanda, a 37 year old student at Okanagan College, is currently studying to become a human service worker. Overcoming her obstacles to learning, Amanda is dedicated to supporting others to surmount theirs.
Amanda was diagnosed with a learning disability which… Read More
We are so thankful for our volunteers and hope they feel appreciated every day. Your empathetic, caring selves add so much to our Okanagan and we are so lucky to have great people who live here. To show more appreciation… Read More
Improving English helped Francesc develop confidence and build relationships in the community. Francesc, aged 45, arrived in Canada a year and a half ago with a goal to advance his English and discover what the country had to offer. Coming… Read More
Some parents believe that educating their children starts when they begin school. In fact, research has shown that children start to learn in the womb. Their capacity to learn and build healthy brains is strongest between the ages of 0… Read More