to the website of Literacy Volunteers of Greater Sanford!
Our mission is supporting the needs of adults, especially
those reading below the ninth-grade level, with free,
confidential one-on-one tutoring by trained adult volunteers.
Our approach is student-centered so that literacy goals
match life goals related to the family, employment and
Whether your goal is to gain better skills for a job,
help a child with homework, read the label on a prescription
bottle, or become a volunteer, we hope you will contact
Announces Annual Student Recognition Dinner June
2, 2016 - Literacy Volunteers of Greater
Sanford (LVGS) is pleased to announce that
its Annual Student Recognition Dinner will
be held on Thursday, June 2, 2016 at 5:00
pm at the Town Club in Sanford, with catering
by Above and Beyond. The event is open to
the public and we welcome newcomers.
event includes recognition of students and
tutors including several awards, a delicious
dinner and the chance to be inspired by the
courage and achievements of adult literacy
students. Tickets to the dinner are $15 per
person. For reservations, please call the
office at 324-2486 by Tuesday, May 24.
Announces Spring Tutor Training March
29, 2016 - Literacy Volunteers of Greater
Sanford (LVGS) is pleased to announce a tutor
training for new volunteer tutors. Training
sessions are free of charge. The training
prepares volunteers who want to tutor adults
in reading, writing, math or computing. It
includes an online segment to be completed
independently and a required group session.
The group session will be held on Friday,
April 22, 10:00 am to 2:00 pm at the Literacy
Volunteers office. Pre-registration is required.
For more information or to register, please
call the Literacy Volunteers office at 324-2486.
Receives Donation from the Law Offices of
Joe Bornstein February
20, 2016 - Literacy Volunteers of Greater
Sanford (LVGS) is delighted to announce that
it has received a donation of $515 from the
Law Offices of Joe Bornstein. This generous
contribution is given by the employees in
honor of founder Joe Bornstein, who has a
particular interest in supporting literacy.