P.O. Box 550
Hyannis, MA 02601
Phone: 508-771-0211
508-862-1305

  • Calling All Volunteers!

    Cape Cod Literacy Council

    If you love reading and want to help make Cape Cod a better place, volunteer a few hours a month with the Cape Cod Literacy Council.  We provide training, materials, support and match you with students…

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  • Donations Welcome….

    Cape Cod Literacy Council

    We know your time is valuable, and if there just isn’t enough time available right now for you to volunteer, you may want to contribute financially to our work. Either way, you are making a difference

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  • Who are our students?

    Cape Cod Literacy Council

    They are store clerks, retired people, fishermen, young parents, school dropouts and high school graduates…

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It is time to register for Fall English classes – for details go here
 

About the Cape Cod Literacy Council

Our mission:  to assure that every adult on Cape Cod will be literate. We provide individual and small group training to any adult who needs our help.  If you know someone who would benefit from our services or you would like to become a Literacy Volunteer please call 508-771-0211 or 508-862-1305.

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Literacy Council News

Last Gasp 2018

The Last Gasp was a huge success for CCLC. Our 14 riders all finished the ride and did a great job with their fund raising.

Eastern Bank Awards $10,000 Grant to CCLC

The Cape Cod Literacy Council received a $10,000.00 Targeted Grant to Advance Women from Eastern Bank Charitable Foundation, which will be used to develop literacy, language and workplace skills among women within the immigrant community so they can attain their employment, income and family literacy goals in Falmouth and the upper Cape region.