Dear Friends of ForWords Literacy Lab, We’re launching full speed ahead into our fall programs, and wanted to take a moment to share a roundup of our summer work, exciting staffing news, and what we have planned for the new school year thanks to your generous support. This summer marked the 5th year of our Summer […]
Dear Friends of ForWords Literacy Lab, Happy New Year! Wishing you and yours health and happiness in 2019. We’ve summarized the exciting projects coming up in 2019 in our January 2019 Newsletter. Read full Newsletter here.
Earlier this month, the 2018 ForWords Literacy Lab Summer Program came to a close with an exciting certificate ceremony. Throughout the summer, students explored such themes as discrimination, immigration, poverty, and other social issues. Read all about our exciting summer here.
Dear Friends of ForWords, Our programs are in full swing this spring, with poetry readings, research and writing projects and an organized college visit. We’ve summarized these exciting projects in our April 2018 Newsletter. Read full Newsletter here.
Dear Friends of ForWords, Earlier this week, you likely received our annual appeal in the mail. As part of our efforts to help provide access to higher education for underserved students, we are fundraising to bring 25 young men and women on a college visit of University of California at Merced and California State University […]
Dear Friends of ForWords Literacy Lab, A new school year has just begun! After a busy summer, we are excited to return to classrooms and schools throughout the Bay Area to support underserved students and teachers in the new academic year. In each of our programs, we work to develop engaging projects that connect students […]
Dear Friends of ForWords Literacy Lab, Summer is here! We have just finished wrapping up our literacy programs at San Rafael High School (SRHS), San Francisco School of Arts and Technology, Helms Middle School, and Huckleberry Youth Services. ForWords OutLoud, our Saturday program, has been a huge success and we are already anticipating more students […]