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Community and Family Literacy

We recognize that literacy enriches the lives of individuals and families, facilitating opportunities for neighbours to fully participate in their community. At the same time, literacy opens doors for skill- and career-development and employment options, and empowers community members to connect to meaningful resources—making them more capable and resilient.

Mount Pleasant Neighbourhood House serves as a steward for community literacy outreach by strengthening resources and connections among local partners, helping community members contribute positively to society.

Tutor with us

To volunteer as a tutor, please contact Morie Ford:
604.879.8208 ext 232
mford@mpnh.org

English Conversation Clubs

Practice speaking English with friends from around the world, and around the neighbourhood! Join our English Conversation Clubs.

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12:30 pm

Beginner English Conversation Club

January 21 @ 12:30 pm - 2:30 pm
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An event every week that begins at 12:30pm on Monday, repeating until February 2, 2019

Mount Pleasant Neighbourhood House, 800 East Broadway
Vancouver, Unceded Coast Salish Territory, BC V5T 1Y1 Canada

Newcomers and immigrant families are welcome. Childcare is available for children 18 months to 5 years. In both groups, participants get to learn about Canadian culture and traditions to improve their settlement and integration by building relationships with others and community attachment. Registration is required for adults and children. Beginners Club This group works on […]

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Blanca Salvatierra
Literacy Outreach Coordinator
bsalvatierra@mpnh.org
604.879.8208 ext 207

Morie Ford
Family Literacy Outreach Coordinator
mford@mpnh.org
604.879.8208 ext 232

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