The Allston-Brighton Adult Education Coalition
The Literacy Connection is an active participant in The Allston-Brighton Adult Education Coalition. Sister Patricia Andrews, CSJ was one of the original founders of the Coalition and it was established in 2003. The purpose of the Coalition is to share and refer adult education information among active programs, as well as meeting the difficult problems that are facing programs today.
Our Coalition programs provide food pantry, Summerworks, YEA, Job Search & Resume Assistance, Fuel Assistance, VITA Tax Prep, Food Stamp & Healthy Cooking Workshops, Housing Service Assistance, Emergency Utility Advocacy, and Tech Goes Home among others.
Make a Difference in Allston-Brighton!
Join us on Monday October 29, 2018 at the Sisters of Saint Joseph of Boston to honor volunteers in Allston-Brighton. Come see what great organizations need your volunteer help. Twenty organizations will be featured at tables, refreshments, and a small ceremony to highlight all of the great work that is being done by talented volunteers in Allston Brighton. The event is free. Doors open at 6:15 pm. For more information contact Jill Uchiyama, 617-746-2104.
TLC new citizens with Representative Kevin Honan and City Councilor Mark Ciommo
TLC new students invited to Mayor Marty Walsh’s State of the City Address 2015