Get involved with United for Literacy. Each year, we host special events to raise awareness of and funds for literacy.
United for Literacy's annual signature events include:
You can also make a world of difference by planning your own event! Check out the Community Events Fundraising Toolkit for more information
1-800-555-6523 ext: 3242 [email protected]
United for Literacy accepts donations of Air Miles. Please consider transferring your Air Miles to our account: 8903 392 6146.
Wednesday, March 6, 2024
Scrabble for Literacy
It's the 20th Annual Scrabble for Literacy tournament to benefit United for Literacy!
New this year, we’re adding Scattegories, trivia, and other fun games, so more game lovers can get involved!
Scrabble for Literacy creates a networking opportunity for like-minded wordsmiths to gather in support of United for Literacy programs. Players will rack up triple-word scores to vie for the coveted Scrabble for Literacy Cup.
Are you looking for sponsorship opportunities for Scrabble for Literacy… click here
Stay tuned for more details.
Host Your Own Event
United for Literacy welcomes you to host your own in-person or virtual event to improve the lives of people in your area through literacy. It's as easy as hosting a bake sale, car wash, or barbecue! Or choose to support us at your birthday or holiday party.
If you are a business or an individual looking to give the gift of literacy, read on to find out how.
Host a Trivia Night!
Include United for Literacy at your trivia night. Your support will help people develop or improve literacy and numeracy skills to reach their goals and fulfill their dreamsLet us know you would like to support United for Literacy at your event. We will provide:
Giller Light Bash
Celebrate Canadian fiction and the prestigious Scotiabank Giller Prize while raising funds for literacy at the annual Giller Light Bash.
Stay tuned for information about our 2024 event.
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Each year, United for Literacy hosts an online forum about the connection between literacy and current issues. In 2023, the topic was The AI Revolution and Literacy: Threat or Opportunity?
Watch the video here.
Hosted by Martine St-Victor, General Manager, Montreal, at the communications firm Edelman.