Thank you for your
support of the LVGW Annual Appeal. Visit our "Donate" page to learn how you can help.
Save the date for our major fundraiser:
Thursday, April 21, 2016
Aria in Prospect
More information to come soon!
Are you a customer of Ion Bank?
If so, you can help LVGW win valuable funding! The Ion Bank Foundation’s Annual Community Awards Program is back! Ion Bank Customers can vote to decide how to award $60,000 in our community. Winners will receive a proportional share. Each Ion Bank customer can cast one vote now through March 31, 2016 online. It’s quick and easy – CLICK HERE. Many thanks!
Save the Date:
Dr. Seuss Storytime
Friday, March 4 2016 ~ 6:00 – 7:00 p.m
Barnes & Noble, 235 Union Street, Waterbury
Guest readers will share favorite stories from the Dr. Seuss collection
Fun activities to celebrate Dr. Seuss’ birthday
Visit with the “Cat in Hat”
You can also support LVGW through a Barnes & Noble Bookfair on March 4th when you purchase books, Nooks®, games, Café treats, and more. Please mention Literacy Volunteers at the register.
A Call for Tutors Discover how you can help local adults learn how to read, write, speak, and understand English. Trainings are held in Fall, Winter, and Spring. Call Vanessa or Tina at 203-754-1164
About Literacy Volunteers of Greater Waterbury, Inc.
Literacy Volunteers was founded by Ruth Colvin in Syracuse, New York in 1962. It quickly grew into a national organization with affiliates throughout the U.S. In 2002, Literacy Volunteers of America merged with Laubach Literacy to form ProLiteracy Worldwide, the largest adult literacy organization in the world.
Literacy Volunteers of Greater Waterbury (LVGW) began in 1974. As an accredited affiliate of ProLiteracy America, we are proud to be a member of a national and international network of community-based education programs. LVGW is located in the lower level of the Silas Bronson Library, Waterbury.
LVGW strives to meet the literacy needs of adults in the Greater Waterbury area residing in the following 14 towns: Waterbury, Wolcott, Plymouth, Thomaston, Prospect, Naugatuck, Beacon Falls, Oxford, Cheshire, Bethlehem, Middlebury, Southbury, Woodbury, and Watertown/Oakville.
LVGW offers free programs for adults:
Basic Literacy (BL) for adults who speak English but read and write at very low levels
English as a Second Language (ESL) for immigrants and refugees who need English instruction in reading, writing, speaking, and understanding English
Family Literacy designed for parents of children in pre-school and elementary school.
LVGW is especially dedicated to building workforce and job readiness skills to build self-confidence and self-sufficiency.
Literacy Volunteers of Greater Waterbury, Inc.
Silas Bronson Library ~ 267 Grand Street ~ Waterbury, CT 06702 203-754-1164
Literacy Volunteers of Greater Waterbury, Inc. is an Equal Opportunity Agency