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Literacy Impacts Us All

When adults learn to read, write, or do basic math, their transformations are nothing short of remarkable. They can find and keep jobs, enjoy better health and educate their children. Their new skills enable them to dream big, do more and move forward. 

register to be a student of the literacy center


We Need Your Help

Our programs depend on volunteers and donations to allow us to touch the lives of countless neighbors across Beaufort County. Your gifts — of time, money and advocacy —  help us deliver the critical programs that empower adults and enrich our community!






volunteer as a teacher at the literacy center

Our Events

Our Jazz Brunch Fundraiser is back on! Join us on Sunday, November 13 at The Jazz Corner for a gourmet brunch, bottomless Mimosas and incredible music. More info & tickets here.


Help support Becca Gelb, a Hilton Head High School sophomore representing TLC in the Miss La Isla Pageant. Make a donation or enter to win a stunning jewelry set valued at $1,500! All funds raised for Becca go directly to TLC. 




Featured Articles
"Last year I was a substitute tutor and I enjoyed it so much that I decided to do it full time. "

— The Literacy Center Tutor

“The staff is excellent and the students are so wonderful. I have not had one disappointing day in my entire two year experience.”

— The Literacy Center Tutor

"I plan to continue my tutoring efforts next year and I only hope it will be as exciting and rewarding as this year has been."

— The Literacy Center Tutor

“Volunteering at The Literacy Center is a wonderful experience! It is a privilege to be able to help students improve their reading, writing, and speaking skills in English.”

— The Literacy Center Tutor

“This is my second year tutoring for LVL and I can honestly say that it has been the most delightful and exciting experience in my life.”

— The Literacy Center Tutor

"The students work hard and are so happy when they achieve a new understanding. I am happy to be a part of that experience."

— The Literacy Center Tutor