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Community Connections & Settlement Services
Learning English at home
Family Literacy Outreach matches a newcomer immigrant or refugee family with a volunteer tutor. Volunteer tutors support families by meeting up on a virtual platform once a week for about an hour.
Newcomer families will get opportunities to enhance their English and other literacy skills by doing fun and interactive activities together. Tutors also inform and help families explore other community resources that will strengthen the family’s connection to their neighbourhood. Volunteer tutors are always needed – get in touch now!
Participate & Volunteer
Volunteer tutors receive training to successfully support the participants learning needs. This program is in partnership with Vancouver Community College and sponsored by the Ministry of Advanced Education.
We are always looking for volunteer tutors and families for this program. Please contact Morie If you know of a family who would benefit, or a volunteer who would like to be a tutor.
Tutor with us
To volunteer as a tutor, please contact Morie Ford:
604.879.8208 ext 232
Events & Programs
Morie Ford (pictured left) with Honorable Melanie Mark, Minister of Advanced Education, Skills & Training, receiving the award at Mount Pleasant Neighbourhood House by BC Ministry of Education Morie Ford, a dedicated long-time literacy tutor, mentor,...
“Diversity and inclusion [help form] the red thread—our collective passion—that is woven throughout all our programs and service." We're excited to announce that Mount Pleasant Neighbourhood House has been honoured for our commitment to social...
by Ashley Burr | Breakfast Television "In just 10 hours 18 volunteers will learn how to teach English to women who have recently immigrated to Canada. The Vancouver-based Family Literacy Outreach program has volunteers go to newcomers’ homes for one-on-one tutoring...
Contact our House
Family Literacy Outreach Coordinator
604.879.8208 ext 232
Help people from 40+ countries, many Indigenous nations, and all generations make the most of of life at our House.