Striving to insure that adult education is accessible to all who seek it.


Upcoming Events

Fall Volunteer Training
Saturday, October 1, 2016
8:30 a.m. to 12:45 p.m.

Daniels Foundation
101 Monroe St.
Denver 80206

Join us for an invigorating morning of good information and networking.
Sign in: 8:15 AM Sessions start: 8:30 AM Event ends: 12:45 PM

$10 registration fee (on-line only)
NO Registration at the event (Daniels Fund policy)
Continental Breakfast included (coffee, tea, bagels and fruit)

Choose your sessions when you register. Featuring Workshops in English As Second Language, Adult Basic Education (Reading, Writing and Math).

Daniels Foundation is at 101 Monroe St, Denver (just east of Cherry Creek Mall)
FREE PARKING – See the link below for the location.
Please park in the lot and not on the residential streets in the neighborhood.

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Looking to Volunteer?

The goal of Literacy Coalition of Colorado is to train and place qualified volunteers with organizations looking for your skills to make a real difference.
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Programs that need Volunteers?

Are you an organization that is looking for qualified and trained volunteers for adult literacy? Literacy Coalition of Colorado can provide those volunteers, trained and professional.
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Benefits of Literacy

In Colorado today, there are over 585,000 people aged 16+ with no high school diploma. That number will most likely grow dramatically as the high school drop out rate in the state is 32% and a dismal and discouraging 54% in the city of Denver. Long term we must identify the key issues to reducing this extremely high drop out rate. We all have a vested interest in education that produces graduates that become productive citizens.
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Donate to LCC

The Literacy Coalition of Colorado works on a strict budget and all donations will be used for services like volunteer training events, program benefits and services for the class attendees.
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