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Programs Offered

Frontier College works in communities across Canada to provide literacy support to the people who need it most. We provide programming directly to individuals and also help community groups set up and maintain programs, including reading circles and homework clubs. For information about setting up a program in your area, please contact your local Frontier College office or email information@frontiercollege.ca

If you are looking for resources to enhance a child’s reading or homework time, please see our Resource section.

Workshops and Book Donations
 

Frontier College also organizes free conferences, training sessions, idea exchanges, and networking opportunities to unite community organizations. For more information, see your local page.

Frontier College welcomes donations of books and other reading materials to the Frontier College Free Books Program.
Ways to support the “Frontier College Free Books Program”

  • Booksellers & Publishers: Donate unsold returns/remainders and books with minor damage/misprint that are unsuitable for retail.
  • Schools/Workplaces: Organize a book drive at your school, workplace, event, place of worship, etc.
  • Individuals: Donate gently used books that you or your children have finished reading or which your baby/toddler has outgrown. We also welcome donations of unused bookstore gift cards.

We accept new and gently-used books (fiction and non-fiction), particularly materials for babies/toddlers, children and youth. Gently-used books should have minimal damage/wearing and be no older than 5 years. Regrettably, we do not accept textbooks at this time.

For more information, please contact information@frontiercollege.ca

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Did You Know ?

We award the Alfred Fitzpatrick Award to organizations dedicated to the cause of literacy. Past winners include Scholastic Canada Ltd. and Wasaya Airlines.

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