An innovative education program that builds literacy and supports adults into further learning and work.
Develops well-being and functional literacy skills for local adult Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.
While homeless people come from all walks of life, those with low levels of education or gaps in their schooling due to homelessness as children, successive placement in foster homes, or the onset of mental illness as adolescents are more likely to experience problems with reading and writing as adults.
The Learning Changes Lives Footpath Literacy program joins with The Footpath Library initiative to support adults who are homeless to develop their reading, writing and numeracy skills and turn their lives around.
We are supported by people just like you who know that education can change lives. Your tax deductible donations help us to continue offering life changing education opportunities to adult around Australia!
© Adult Learning Australia Foundation trading as Learning Changes Lives Foundation is a wholly owned subsidiary of Adult Learning Australia.
The Learning Changes Lives Foundation acknowledges the Traditional Owners of country throughout Australia and recognises their continuing connection to land, waters and community. We pay our respects to them and their cultures; and to elders both past and present.