Visiting the Unemployed Help Centre

Melody Nowack, Literacy & Pre-Apprenticeship Supervisor at the Unemployed Help Centre of Windsor, receives a cheque for $4,000 from Linda and Mary-Jo to support the Literacy and Basic Skills and the GED Preparation Programs. Support provided is goals oriented and geared to individual needs with group instruction offered when possible. The program is intended to assist participants in pursuing work opportunities.

Supporting Connections Early Years Family Centre

Eva Tsakalis, Talk 2 Me program manager, receives a cheque from Linda and Mary-Jo in support of the purchase of mentor texts for the Talk 2 Me Preschool Speech and Language Program. 

Read more on the Connections Early Years Family Centre Facebook Page

Annual General Meeting


The October 5 Annual General Meeting of the Windsor Volunteers for Literacy Foundation was held with Board members keeping a safe distance. 

Supporting Connections Early Years Family Centre

Barb Brown, Executive Director, Connections Early Years Family Centre (right), showing Linda one of the literacy packages they have been preparing and which will now be distributed to a broader range of recipients.

Supporting our local community during the COVID-19 crisis

April 2020, supporting our local community during the COVID-19 crisis.

Street Help

Unemployed Help Centre

Presenting a cheque to the Unemployed Help Centre

Windsor Volunteers for Literacy's donation was well received at the Unemployed Help Centre

Supporting Book Buddies Program

Laura receiving cheques to Scholar's Choice and Pearson Canada purchases for the Book Buddies Program