The Cape Fear Literacy Council truly depends on volunteers. Our small staff leverages the talent and time of hundreds of community members each year to meet the needs of adult learners, conduct special events, and complete all administrative duties. Volunteer instructors, training team members, and computer lab assistants are the front line to fighting adult illiteracy. The Council’s Board of Directors are all volunteers; they provide oversight and resource development for the organization as a whole. Volunteers work with staff to raise awareness, coordinate fundraisers and other events, and keep our building and grounds intact. Our Partners in Literacy give their time to help us with bulk mailings and other administrative functions.
To learn more about getting involved with the Cape Fear Literacy Council, attend one of our monthly volunteer orientation sessions, “CFLC 101.”
How can you help? Become a tutor, join our Board of Directors, help out at one of our yearly events, become a parter, or simply make a donation!
Become a Tutor
Join us at an upcoming workshop
2013 Tutor Certification Workshop Calendar – PDF download
Board of Directors
Board members work with the Cape Fear Literacy Staff to set the strategy for achieving our mission. Members support the organization in spirit and in action and display public support for the organization and its services. If this sounds like something you are interested in doing, please contact us!
Help out with an event!
These events are a major source of CFLC funding. The success of these events depends on the involvement of volunteers. Our main annual events include:
Literacy Gala 2013 = First Saturday in March — March 2, 2013
Yard Sale = Second Saturday in April — April 13, 2013
Literacy Luncheon = First Thursday in August — August 1, 2013
Spelling Bee = Third Thursday in September — September 19, 2013
Partners in Literacy
We can always use help with administrative tasks at the council. Contact us to learn more!