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Literacy South Halton

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Literacy South Halton

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Thank You “To All Our Volunteers”

Every day, Literacy South Halton appreciates and recognizes our volunteer tutors who assist us daily despite their having increasingly busy and demanding daily schedules. These volunteers are the life-blood that keep our doors open; these individuals help to grow their communities and generate positive meaningful change to our student’s lives.

We are deeply indebted to our volunteers for their dedication. Literacy South Halton could not exist without their contributions. The community-minded, unselfish caring of our tutors continually inspires us and fills us with gratitude.

Thanks for volunteering and giving our organization the most precious things you own – your time and talent.


In partnership with Oakville Public Library, Our Kids Network, Oakville Parent-Child Centre, Town of Oakville, and Halton Region, the first Family Literacy Day will be hosted to celebrate the importance of literacy in our community in a fun and engaging way.

The event takes place on Sunday January 27 from 2:00 – 4:00 p.m. at the White Oaks Branch of the Oakville Public Library.

The Family Literacy Day celebration is a fair style community event featuring activities and games, all centred around the theme “connect, play and learn.”

With this event, we want to help families learn about and celebrate the importance of these key competencies in their child’s development.”

The event is free and open to all ages. No ticket is required.

Literacy South Halton’s program is a registered non-profit organization supported by the Ministry of Advanced Education and Skills Development and this Employment Ontario service is funded in part by the Province of Ontario and Government of Canada.


Gain the literacy skills you need for work and home! Finish high school! Improve your quality of life!    


Make a difference in someone’s life! If you have time availalable once or twice a week for a two hour lesson, why not become a tutor today?


All donations over $10 receive a tax receipt. If you can help keep our door OPEN, please donate today.  

Used Books to Donate

Do you have used books to donate? Please contact Friends of the Library either in Oakville:
Email: fol@oakville.ca
website www.friendsofthelibrary.ca
Phone: 905-815-2042
Address: 120 Navy St. Oakville, ON L6J 2Z4O

or Burlington is hosting their first book sale in July 2019. Please stay tuned for more information.

Contact Literacy South Halton today

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