Partner with Us
“Coming together is a beginning; keeping together is progress; working together is success.” – Henry Ford
Reasons to partner
Adult literacy is of fundamental importance to the growth and prosperity of our community. By partnering with us you can help remove the stigma associated with low-literacy and provide a strong collective voice to increase awareness of adult literacy challenges, influence public policy, and create needed change. Literacy skills can enable individuals to fulfil their potential, achieve their goals, and take advantage of opportunities. When individuals do well, so do their families, employers, and communities.
Ways to partner with PALS
Working together with PALS can enable us to bring in different individuals, different experiences and different backgrounds—the perfect mix for a plethora of new ideas. By combining forces, we can continue to accomplish our shared purpose, our mission and vision over time.
Please contact us if you would like to learn how your organization and PALS can work together.
By developing a joint programming, we want to ensure that our services can become accessible to all who need it the most. By allowing close cooperation with other like minded organizations we can make support for our clients more coherent and less fragmented, as cooperation helps cut out gaps and overlaps. There will be a higher impact and better value for money. There may also be less pressure on each organization to tackle all the issues faced by our clients.
Your business can make a positive impact by helping to eradicate the stigma and fear associated with low literacy. Low literacy levels among employees can negatively impact employers. By supporting employees with improving their literacy skills through various trainings you create opportunity to shape and mould individuals to best suit the company as well as provide those learners with a sense of direction and freedom to control their destiny.
Please contact us for more information on how to set up literacy programs for your employees.
PALS is proud to work with our many partners in the community to achieve our shared mission of change:
The Edmonton Public Library
Esquao, the Institute for the Advancement of Aboriginal Women
Trade Pathways – An Alberta Construction Workforce Initiative
St. Albert Public Library