Lee County Literacy Coalition
Offers tutoring for reading, writing, math, computer, and GED preparation to individuals in the Lee County area
The Lee County Literacy Coalition (LCLC) is a non-profit agency dedicated to providing literacy programs at no cost to the community. The LCLC is principally funded by the United Way of Lee County, with additional funding received from independent and corporate donations, grants, and sponsorship. The LCLC offers tutoring for reading, writing, math, computer, and GED preparation to individuals in the Lee County area. Financial, health, computer and family literacy workshops and programming are also offered.
For adults with literacy challenges, everyday tasks can present seemingly insurmountable difficulties. Reading product labels, following street signs, and even filling out job applications can be daunting. The LCLC is here to help. Through volunteer and donor support, we are able to help adults in Lee County develop and improve their literacy skills and, in doing so, have helped to expand their world one page at a time.
Also, join them Thursday, Feb. 27 for their biggest fundraiser, Reading Between the Wines, at 5505 Wire Rd. from 6-9 p.m.
Courtesy: Lee County Literacy Coalition