BE A KID AGAIN at Project READ Story Hour!
- A group opportunity. Invite your friends.
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Project READ provides a fun night for families with puppet shows, songs, crafts, snacks and a book to take home. Volunteer duties include anything from preparing craft samples and snacks to helping a child pick a book to add to his/her home library. (Redwood City)
Story Hours are held the 2nd Tuesday of each month.
Aug. 11 (Back-to-School Story Hour)
Dec. 8 (Holiday Story Hour & Gift Making Workshop)
Location: Downtown Library, Redwood City, 1044 Middlefield Road, RWC
About Project READ-Redwood City Friends of Literacy
1044 MIDDLEFIELD RD, REDWOOD CITY, CA 94063, US
Project READ fuels the fire of hope through literacy. We believe literacy is not only a human right, but also a necessity -- a gift of opportunity and hope for the future.
Our innovative intergenerational programs bring literacy to the adults, youth and families in our community. Our programs are designed to break the cycle of illiteracy by surrounding families with literacy services that promote education and a lifelong love of learning.
Make The Difference: Become a Literacy Tutor
Project READ’s adult and youth programs are committed to the literacy needs of our community, focusing on unincorporated Redwood City, the North Fair Oaks area and Redwood City’s most underserved neighborhoods and schools. One in five adults in Redwood City reads below an 8 th grade level and more than 38% of school-aged children fail to complete the 12 th grade. Within the North Fair Oaks area, where the majority of our children, teens and families live, there are few options available for after-school activities in safe and supportive educational environments.
1044 Middlefield RdRedwood City, CA 94063
- Adult Education
- Literacy / Reading
- Reading / Writing
- English as a Secondary Language (ESL)
- People 55+
- Must be at least 17
- Teens need to go through teen training before volunteering for this event.