17% of Canadians between the ages of 16 – 65 struggle with low levels of literacy1

Literacy is a fundamental skill that all people need for employment, safety, health, confidence, and community connection. Improving literacy does not simply mean enhancing basic reading skills. It’s a way to fully participate in society, improve your socioeconomic status, and enrich your community.

Developing literacy programs

There are thousands of people who are filled with potential but are hindered by their inability to read and write. Thankfully, charities across Canada are creating programs that are increasing literacy rates. This includes libraries, literacy programs supporting adults, children, and newcomers, and writing programs.

With your support, we can help unlock the potential of many.

Building stronger communities

When literacy rates and a thirst for learning is high, there is no telling what amazing things a community can achieve. Donate to the Literacy for All Fund today! Your gift will help develop essential skills, instill a love of reading and writing in children, and help adult learners improve their lives. Together, we can ensure no child or adult is left behind.

About the Literacy for All Fund

The Literacy for All Fund by CanadaHelps includes over 270 registered charities that are improving literacy rates across Canada.

The charities in this Fund are selected through an algorithmic approach, taking the charity’s area of focus, mission, and description into account. To see the latest list of charities included in this Fund, you can view the list here.

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