Literacy Awareness Month

Literacy DuPage
Invites you to celebrate
Literacy Awareness Month

Teach a Parent, Reach a Child . . . Adult Literacy Strengthens Families

September is Literacy Awareness Month

The goal of Literacy Awareness Month is to heighten public awareness and increase the number of people who understand the vital role adult education plays in our society’s well-being and in strengthening families.

At Literacy DuPage, we train volunteer tutors to help their neighbors increase their English skills in order to achieve their goals to obtain employment, navigate the healthcare system, advocate for their families or help their children in school.

Literacy Awareness Events

Volunteer Orientations: To learn more about our program and how you can help, call 630.416.6699 to sign up for an upcoming orientation:

1. Grounds for Hope Café (2701 Maple Ave., Lisle), Monday Sep. 26th, 6 pm – 7:30 pm
2. Literacy DuPage office (24W500 Maple Ave., Naperville), Tuesday Nov. 15th, 10 am – 11:30 am

Naperville Marathon Races: Join our team and run a half marathon or marathon with us on Oct. 23rd, 2016. Click here for more info or e-mail Sang at slee@literacydupage.org.

Make a Difference

Consider becoming a volunteer tutor and help literally change lives and impact future generations.
Visit our Facebook page at facebook.com/LitDuPage, like us, and share our stories.
A $25 donation equips a learner with a picture dictionary.