Who We Are
Literacy Volunteers of Illinois was founded in 1979 to serve as a technical assistance
and training agency for volunteer literacy programs affiliated with the national Literacy Volunteers of America organization.  LVI began by working with just four LVA programs,
and today provides an array of resources and services to staff, tutors, and
students in some 100 adult literacy programs statewide.
Literacy Volunteers of Illinois is a statewide organization committed to developing
and supporting volunteer literacy programs that help families, adults and out-of-school
teens increase their literary skill.
Establish a network of trained and dedicated tutors
Foster student leadership
                  Make our services available to as many individuals as possible                         
Increase awareness of our services to the broadest possible audience
We treat tutors and students with courtesy, dignity and respect;    
We build our programs and networks with integrity;
We make our services available to all in need, without discrimination; 
We practice sound fiscal management;
We honor our commitments. 
Congratulations to Ann Hopkins on being named this week's Volunteer of the Week by the Serve Illinois Commission!  Click here to read more on what Ann does at the Illinois Youth Center in St. Charles.  Way to go Ann! 
We Moved!
New Address 
641 W Lake Street
Suite 200 
Chicago, Illinois 60661 

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26th Annual  
 On the Road to Literacy Conference 
Saturday, April 8, 2017
 Thank you ! 
Literacy Challenge

 25th Annual
Tutor and Adult Learner Conference
Outstanding Tutor Awards
Tutor of the Year
Literacy Leader Legacy Award

Literacy Volunteers of Illinois  | 641 West Lake St, Suite 200 | Chicago, IL 60661-1308
Phone: 312-857-1582  |  E-mail: info@lvillinois.org