North Channel Literacy Council Receives Generous Donation from Marcel and Frances Labelle Foundation
The Donation of $15,000 Will Be Used for The Organization’s Beginner French Program
North Channel Literacy Council has received a generous donation of $15,000 from the Marcel and Frances Labelle Foundation. This donation will go towards supporting the organization’s new Beginner French Program.
Amanda Paufler, Executive Director of North Channel Literacy Council, is thankful for the donation. “We’re very thrilled and thankful for this generous donation. We have a long waiting list of eager participants so we’re glad to be able to bring this service to them thanks to the Marcel and Frances Labelle Foundation.”
North Channel Literacy Council’s Beginner French Program will build a solid foundation by instructing students in basic conversational French. The start date of this program is February 21st, 2023. It will run two days a week (Tuesday and Thursday) from 6:00 pm to 7:30 pm.
About North Channel Literacy Council: North Channel Literacy Council is a non-profit organization dedicated to helping our communities reach their learning goals. We offer free programs in literacy and basic skills, academic upgrading, job readiness, and digital learning. North Channel Literacy Council is funded in part by the Government of Canada, the Government of Ontario through the Canada-Ontario Job Fund Agreement, and donors from our communities.