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LVWC Is Part of 401 Gives


401 Gives is in it’s fourth year and we hope we can have your continued support. This year is the Weekend Edition – an amazing, statewide opportunity to unite our community around causes in which we truly believe, and help nonprofit organizations connect to the larger community.  The giving starts on March 31 at 6am and goes through Monday, April 3 until 6pm—plenty of time to make a gift and give back to the community that gives so much.

Starting at 6am on March 31 visit and make a donation to us and/or to any of the great participating nonprofit organizations in Rhode Island. If you have any questions or would like more information, let us know Thank you in advance for your generosity to our organization!

LVWC Is Changing Lives by Improving Literacy

 Literacy Volunteers of Washington County assists adults interested in improving their literacy skills through free programs based on a participant's individual goals. Our services include adult basic literacy (reading, writing and conversational English), English for speakers of other languages, citizenship preparation, financial literacy, career advancement, help with college prep, and GED support.

Literacy Volunteers provides one-on-one tutoring, conversation classes, and individual study plans for adult English language learners via both online media and in-person tutoring. Many of our students are young parents who, at the same time, are schooling their own children. Our students are grateful for the opportunity to continue learning in a welcoming and supportive environment.

Listen to an interview with Tudy Lopez, Kristen Sweeney and Theresa Gregal of Literacy Volunteers of Washington County, by Rona Mann of WBLQ's Mann About Town. 

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