Giving Circle of Heritage Hunt Grant Award

Giving Circle of Heritage Hunt Grant Award

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…

Giving Circle of HOPE Grant Award

Giving Circle of HOPE Grant Award

Literacy Volunteers of America – Prince William, Inc. (LVA-PW) was recently awarded a $7,000.00 grant from the Giving Circle of HOPE to expand its ESL and Job Readiness for New Immigrants Program. The grant will be used to help low-income adults with families learn English and find sustainable local jobs.  While resources are often available…

2018 Annual Ice Cream Social Awards

2018 Annual Ice Cream Social Awards

Over 100 people attended the annual recognition event including students, volunteer tutors, community leaders, friends, families, and guests.  They celebrated the hard work and achievements of everyone in the program.  There were speeches by Board President Ken Ikeda, Executive Director Deborah Abbott, and student Noris Quintanilla and Jacqueline Santos.  Noris and Jacqueline each gave testimonials…

Thank You Sandy Springs Bank Employees!

Thank You Sandy Springs Bank Employees!

On April 4, 2018, Aubrey Jha, Commercial Lending Service Coordinator, and Thomas Heck-Howard, Vice President from Sandy Spring Bank, presented Deborah Abbott, Executive Director, of Literacy Volunteers of America – Prince William, Inc. (LVA-PW) with a generous $1,328.05 donation check. Literacy Volunteers of America – Prince William, Inc. (LVA-PW) is an award-winning community-based adult literacy…

2017 Annual Ice Cream Social and Awards Ceremony

2017 Annual Ice Cream Social and Awards Ceremony

LVA-PW recognized our dedicated tutors and students at the annual ice cream social and awards ceremony held September 19th at the Hillendale Fire Hall (Station 13). Over 150 people attended the annual recognition event including students, volunteer tutors, friends, families, and guests. They celebrated the hard work and achievements of everyone in the program.