Opportunity Details

Children & Youth Education, Adult Education
Families, Low-income communities
Other

Age Minimum (with Adult): 16+, Minimum Age:16+

CRAFTS: Crafting for Literacy



Words Alive is looking for volunteers to help prepare craft materials for their Family Literacy program in spring. The Family Literacy program supports low-income and under-served families by providing tips and tricks to make reading a fun, family activity while highlighting the importance of early literacy development. As part of the program participants read a new book each week and then complete an activity or craft relating to the book they just read.

To ensure families can complete the activities in a timely manner we need volunteers to help prepare the crafts and activities beforehand. Volunteer duties include cutting out pictures, gluing papers together, sorting pre-cut images, tying yarn, packing paper bags, etc. for the over 350 families we expect to serve this year. Crafts are a key component for each workshop session.


Project Requirements & Important Notes

  • Attire: Wearing comfortable clothing is recommended. The office gets chilly so bringing a sweater is recommended. 

  • Physical Ability: Volunteers should be comfortable using scissors and be able to go up stairs as the building does not have an elevator. 


About Words Alive

Words Alive provides essential literacy services to underserved students and families. Their mission is to open opportunities for life success by inspiring a commitment to reading.

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