Despite the set-backs presented to us this year we have seen tremendous dedication, hard-work and passion from the Literacy Tutors (LTs) on the Literacy Tutor Programme. The LTs have risen to the challenge and were able to adapt as we pivoted our offerings to meet COVID-19 related restrictions.
The last three years at help2read have been characterised by a roller-coaster of changes and adaptations to an environment which did not allow time for reflection on practice.
Standing for Literacy means being eager to learn and teach those who are hungry for knowledge to succeed in the future in making the world a better place.
Did you know that your donation to Help2read is tax-deductible? Help2read is registered and approved as a Public Benefit Organization (PBO) with the South African Revenue Services (SARS), as its activities are in education and development.
On Monday 1 April 2019, international Law firm Hogan Lovells launched their Youth Employment Services (YES) Programme. help2read is very proud to announce that we are an implementation partner of this important programme.
Earlier this month help2read was chosen as the 4th charity partner for the FNB Cape Town 12 ONERUN, the Cape’s premier 12km road run. This is a fantastic opportunity for runners to lace up to run for literacy and help give the gift of literacy.