Literacy volunteersLiteracy Volunteers of Seneca County is a non-profit organization that offers one-to-one tutoring at no cost to adults seeking help to improve reading, writing or english language skills.

Call us at 539-1795 to find out more about the programs and volunteer tutor training available in your local community, be a volunteer tutor or become an adult student!

Making a difference!!
Literacy Volunteers of Seneca County is an accredited affiliate of Literacy New York, Inc. We are proud of the commitment to attain literacy goals that is demonstrated by both students and tutors enrolled in our programs.

Board Members - Next Meeting: March 1, 2016 at 6 p.m. at the Seneca Falls Library

Upcoming Events:

Support Literacy in Seneca County

The Sixth Annual Spelling Bee

A fund raiser for Literacy Volunteers of Seneca County, will be held on April 14 at 9:00 AM at the Waterloo High School auditorium.

To register a team call Bill Judd (315-539 9757).As soon as a team registers they will receive a word list to study.The sooner you register the more time you have to study.

First prize winners receive $200, second prize wins $100,and third prize receives $50.

Literacy Volunteers provides literacy programs at no cost to adult learners in Seneca County.We also provide aid to adults working toward their GED diploma and to those seeking to become citizens of the United States.

Spectators are welcome to come and cheer their teams

Fish Fry to benefit Seneca County LVA
Doug's Fish Fry will be at Five Star Bank on Route 5&20 on Wednesday, May 31 from 11:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m to benefit Seneca County LVA. To call and place orders until 4:00 p.m. please call 607-423-5996. Thank you for your support to this very important program in Seneca County.