We assist adult learners to realize their potential as confident, self-sufficient, and productive employees, supportive parents, and engaged community members.
Mission: Advancing literacy through training, tutoring, English language acquisition and advocacy for all Delawareans.
Vision: Empowering all Delawareans through Literacy.
Our volunteer tutors donated 5097 hours of instruction in the last program year.
We trained 55 new volunteer tutors in the last program year.
We reach adults who speak 27 of different languages, including English.
Our learners live in all three counties in Delaware: New Castle County, Kent County and Sussex County.
We cannot do our work alone. Our community partnerships are essential to increase our reach in the community and build a strong continuum of services to serve adults in need in Delaware. Partner organizations help with learner and tutor recruitment and provide meeting space. We leverage partnerships to deliver innovative programming initiatives.
We are partners with the Delaware Division of Libraries and work with libraries throughout the state. Our main offices are in the Wilmington Public Library.
We reaffirm our commitment to diversity, equity and inclusion for all people, no matter their race, ethnicity, gender, sexual orientation, religion, socio-economic status, language and culture. We believe literacy is the great equalizer to pave the path for social justice. We will continue to leverage our resources to impact and empower those we serve through literacy instruction.
Kent County Coordinator
Sussex County Coordinator
|Board Chair||Diane Frentzel|
|Vice Chair||Greg O'Neill|
|Dr. Annie Norman|