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Welcome to LiteracyWORKS! 

Thanks so much for making this our most attended pancake breakfast every!!

We look forward to seeing you next year in November.

Have a safe and relaxing holiday season with family and rriends.

Literacy Works' Annual Pancake

               Breakfast

                         at

Applebee's Restaurant 1150 Grant Ave

                        on

Sunday Nov 22 - from 8 to 10am

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Donate A Car Canada accepts vehicle donations for “LiteracyWORKS Inc”.

To donate a car, truck, RV, boat, motorcycle or other vehicle to “LiteracyWORKS Inc”, go to https://donatecar.ca/org/donate.php?charitypage=LiteracyWorks.  

We provide free towing in many areas across Canada, or you can drop off your vehicle to maximize your donation. When you donate your car at https://donatecar.ca/org/donate.php?charitypage=LiteracyWorks,

it will either be recycled or sold at auction depending on its condition, age and location.

Donate A Car Canada will look after everything to make your donation easy for you to support “LiteracyWORKS Inc”. DONATE NOW at https://donatecar.ca/org/donate.php?charitypage=LiteracyWorks and “LiteracyWORKS Inc” will send you a tax receipt after your car donation is complete!

Help Us Help Others! Make a Donation today! Paul Martin
We are the oldest literacy program in the province, in operation since 1978.