Lace Up for Literacy
May 16 - 31, 2021
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Join us from May 16 - May 31, 2021 to walk, run, bike, skate, or wheel to support Literacy Volunteers of Washington County. Last year over 150 people walked, sponsored a walker, or simply donated to this fun and healthy event to raise funds for Literacy Volunteers of Washington County.
Your support helped us develop new ways to work with our English Language Learners and Adult Basic Education students during a time when many people felt isolated by the pandemic. Please join us this year so we can continue to strengthen these ties within our community.
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, and GED support.
During this pandemic, Literacy Volunteers continues to provide 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.