What do we do?
are a non-profit, community-based organization that provides basic
(grade 1 - 5 equivalent) training in reading, writing, and math to
English-speaking adults. Our service is free, private, and one-to-one.
We have been assisting adults with their literacy skills since
How do we do it?
train volunteers to provide one-to-one tutoring to adults aged 19 and
over. We also run four small group classes three times a week.
Teamwork - Together everyone achieves more
Integrity - Honesty in all of our endeavours
Excellence - Embodying the highest standards in our principles and practices
Serving - Serving to build a stronger community
Dignity - Fostering an environment of safety and respect
Lifelong Learning - Committed to the continuing pursuit of knowledge
The Ministry of Advanced Education and Skills Development - www.tcu.gov.on.ca
United Way of Halton and Hamilton - www.uwhh.ca
The City of Hamilton - City Enrichment Fund- www.city.hamilton.on.ca
Telling Tales - www.tellingtales.org
How can you help?
Become a volunteer literacy tutor.
If you know someone who needs help with basic reading, writing and computer skills, tell them to contact us.
Tell 2 friends what we do.Make a tax-deductible charitable donation.