Registered Name: N.W.T. LITERACY COUNCIL

Business Number: 890555261RR0001

About This Charity

Our Mission

The NWT Literacy Council works with, and encourages, individuals, communities, governments, businesses, educators and others to support literacy in all the official languages of the NWT. It works with others to build capacity around literacy development.

Literacy and essential skills touch all aspects of our lives. They impact on our social and economic well-being, our health, our families and communities.

Donations are essential to maintain our strong voice for literacy and provide services in the NWT.

About Our Charity

The NWT Literacy Council:• Supports communities to develop and deliver literacy programs• Trains people to deliver community and family literacy programs• Develops resources for family and community literacy programs• Researches literacy in the NWT in our official languages• Lends resources to communities and programs• Communicates regularly through our website – www.nwt.literacy.ca – newsletters, e-news and social media• Promotes literacy through International Literacy Day, Adult Learners’ Week, NWT Literacy Week, National Family Literacy Day, Aboriginal Languages Month• Raises money for community literacy projects and literacy awareness through the PGIs for Literacy • Nurtures relationships with a broad range of partners to share information on literacy, raise awareness of literacy and shape literacy policy• Offers plain language writing, editing and design on a fee-for-service basis

What People Are Saying

"“The Everyday Math Series has been an invaluable set of resources to my position as Community Adult Educator" "

— Susie Wegernoski, NWT Adult Educator, Read More

""I've really respected the work the Council does in Family Literacy. That's what encouraged me to want to be on the board. Now that I'm a member, I am amazed at how much the Literacy Council does!""

— Amy Ryan, NWT Healthy Families Program, Read More

"Preserving aboriginal languages and storytelling has been a focus of organizations such as the NWT Literacy Council"

— News North