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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… Boyd Autobody & Glass Okanagan is thrilled to announce that proceeds from all chip repairs, both in our shops and on location, for the months of March – May 2017 will be donated to Project Literacy. We believe a strong… Project Literacy Kelowna Society is excited about the opportunity to improve the resources available to its more than 400 learners and 125 volunteer tutors this year. Thanks to a grant from Interior Savings, Project Literacy can finally update some of… Project Literacy Kelowna Society is excited to receive a $15,000 donation from The Belmont Foundation in support of its one-on-one literacy tutoring program. The foundation has a longstanding history of supporting the core services of Project Literacy Kelowna.
The Belmont… Would you like another way to support a local charity, without giving cash? How about something as simple as using our Air Miles card? It’s as simple as 1, 2, 3!Pick up a Collector Card at the Project Literacy… “Someone can say one thing and it can change your life. Years ago I was once told, ‘you have a good teaching style’. So when looking for volunteer work, I came across Project Literacy and remembered that statement. I walked… We are on the lookout for volunteer educators for Financial Literacy. If you are smart with money, have the time, and enjoy helping others, please consider us for your next volunteering initiative.
Volunteer Program Educator – Financial Literacy Description
Role:… Project Literacy Kelowna Society and the Launch Community Development Foundation recently got a boost in the development of their financial literacy partnership. Building on the strengths of each organization, the duo is excited to move forward with improving access to… 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… 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…
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