With your support, we are Powering Potential Through Literacy

Frontier College By the Numbers

2,697 volunteers gave 56,350 hours to Frontier College to help children, youth, and adults improve their literacy skills from coast-to-coast-to-coast.

The value of their volunteer time is $1,014,300

We served
31,802 participants in 150 communities across Canada

This includes learners, children attending Summer Literacy Camps, and visitors to our Reading Tents.

We hosted 114 literacy workships & conferences for 1,949 parents, teachers, literacy practitioners, social service workers, and community members.

We employed 353 youth with an investment of 71,333 employment hours.

321 camp staff were hired last summer, of whom 66% were Indigenous youth from host communities.

We partnered with 482 community organizations across Canada to deliver creative and quality literacy support to children, youth, and adults.

The value these organizations bring to our programs is $983,280 (space, staff, snacks, supplies.

*Kim, J.S. (2004). Summer reading and the ethnic achievement gap. Journal of Education for Students Placed at Risk, 9(2), 169-188.