2013 marks a significant historical milestone for the state of Florida as it commemorates the 500th Anniversary of Spanish explorer Juan Ponce de León’s
Susan Acuna, MSW, President and CEO of Literacy Council Gulf Coast has been selected to receive the 2013 Distinguished Alumni Award from Indiana University’s School of Social Work Alumni Association.
Recently, we heard from one of our students about how the Literacy Council has helped him. He came to us in December 2008 after moving to the United States from Colombia. This is the Andres literacy success story.
Twenty-nine four year olds graduated from the Carol DeJoy Moms & Tots® Family Literacy Program this summer at our 2012 graduation ceremony. The graduates will go on to local pre-school programs throughout Lee County.
If you are redecorating or upgrading your wardrobe and have gently used clothing, household items or furniture that you simply can’t use anymore, bring them to the Literacy Council for our Third Saturday Sale!
Literacy efforts in Lee County will take an exciting new direction soon with the merger of its two major literacy groups.
The Literacy Council received recognition naming March as Literacy Month from the Lee County Board of County Commissioners at its March 13 meeting.
We are announcing a fun name the statue contest that will add an important piece to the Literacy Council’s identity. The new logo that we are using is derived from a beautiful three-foot statue given to us by the DeJoy …
Two longstanding literacy organizations, Literacy Volunteers of Lee County and the Literacy Council of Bonita Springs, merged on July 1, 2011. Welcome to our new website!
Return To Measurement of Success Page Recent Survey Background Last spring (2012), 96 Literacy Council students completed our Moms & Tots® program survey at seven locations: Old 41 (1), Old 41 (2), New Day Christian Church and Interfaith Caregivers which …