32,720 people in 157 communities
throughout Canada participated in Frontier College Literacy Programs.
107,192 free, new books were distributed
to children and families. The value of these books is $1,071,920.
2,519 volunteers gave 56,007 hours
to Frontier College. The value of their volunteer time is $1,008,126.
7,354 children
participated in literacy camps in 117 Indigenous communities last summer.
98% of parents
said their children read more at home after attending camp, along with returning to school feeling more prepared to learn.
420 people
were employed through Summer Literacy Camps. 73% were from Indigenous host communities.
We hosted 93 literacy workshops
and conferences for 1,411 parents, teachers, literacy practitioners, social service workers, and community members.
We collaborated with 471 community partners
to deliver quality literacy support in their neighbourhoods. The value these organizations bring to our programs is $980,057 (space, staff, snacks, and supplies).
21,000
children, youth, and families

participated in our Summer Literacy Camps
and outdoor Reading Tents.