The 2015 SCRABBLE Challenge
will be held on

Sunday, October 25, 2015


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Literacy Volunteers of Illinois Inc

VOCAL News April Issue

Find out the latest happenings at LVI!



24th Annual
On the Road to Literacy
Tutor and Adult Learners Conference

Thank you for attending our conference and making it
a huge success!


Thank you for attending
The 17th New Readers
for New Life Conference
held on

Saturday, November 22, 2014

View photos from the event
on our Facebook.



 

 

 

 


 

Who We Are

Literacy Volunteers of Illinois was founded in 1979 to serve as a technical assistance and training agency for volunteer literacy programs affiliated with the national Literacy Volunteers of America organization.

LVI began by working with just four LVA programs, and today provides an array of resources and services to staff, tutors, and students in some 100 adult literacy programs statewide.


Mission
Literacy Volunteers of Illinois is a statewide organization committed to developing and supporting volunteer literacy programs that help families, adults and out-of-school teens increase their literacy skills.




Vision
  • Establish a network of trained and dedicated tutors;
  • Foster student leadership;
  • Make our services available to as many individuals as possible;
  • Increase awareness of our services to the broadest possible audience.

Values
  • We treat tutors and students with courtesy, dignity and respect;
  • We build our programs and networks with integrity;
  • We make our services available to all in need, without discrimination;
  • We practice sound fiscal management;
  • We honor our commitments.

 

 

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Now Accepting Applications for the VOCAL AmeriCorps Program Year 2014 - 2015

VOCAL AmeriCorps

Thank You Natalie Smith
from Real Estate with Purpose for your donation to LVI!

Congratulations to Etta LaFlora who received a 2015 Governor's Volunteer Service Award for her work as a volunteer tutor and mentor at the Illinois Youth Center in Kewanee.
Right: Scott McFarland and
Left: Fred Nettles