Literacy Volunteers of America – Prince William, Inc. (LVA-PW) was recently awarded a grant from the Giving Circle of Heritage Hunt to provide Easy English News, a monthly publication designed to help adults learning English. The grant will enable LVA-PW to provide this learning resource to over 500 low-income, low-literacy adults in our community.
Literacy Volunteers of America – Prince William, Inc. (LVA-PW) is an award-winning community-based adult literacy organization whose mission is to teach adults the life-changing skills of reading, writing, and speaking English to enable them to prosper in our society.
LVA-PW is the largest adult literacy non-profit in Prince William County and has served the community for over 27 years by offering year-round enrollment to meet the literacy needs of low-income adults. Services include classroom and one-on-one tutoring in basic reading and writing, English as a Second Language (ESL), GED preparation,civics and citizenship, computer and financial literacy, job readiness – from beginning to advanced levels and an innovative Confidence Course.
Thanks to community partners like the Giving Circle of Heritage Hunt, LVA-PW helps over 700 adults each year, impacting the lives of several thousand family members through English learning, job readiness and life skills programs. For more information about LVA-PW and to learn how you can help, please visit www.lvapw.org or contact them directly at 703-670-5702.