CFC Service Highlight: The Literacy Factory

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On September 23, we officially launched our campaign with a LAUNCH PARTY held at the BCBLC – several of our community service offerings were present to showcase their activities. Online registration for Federal Employees was available as well as testimonials from former donors. We celebrated with a cake, balloons and PRIZES. Fun was had by all!!
The CAUSE OF THE WEEK for Sept. 30-Oct. 4, 2019, was Education/YouthDevelopment. During a recent Morning Joy WJOU broadcast, hosted by Dawna Baker, the Literacy Factory was again highlighted with more history of how Dr. Dana Wilchcombe became passionate about the impact reading can make in the life of a child by increasing their reading skills by at least two grade levels through a 10-week program. You won’t want to miss the fasicnating history of the “Literacy Factory” coming soon in another publication. To continue to support areas of service like this educational program, please designate Oakwood University CFC Code: 96964, September 2019-January 2020. Please contact Miriam Battles at 256.726.7508 or email at mbattles@oakwood.edu if you have any question.

To continue to support areas of service at Oakwood, federal employees and retirees are invited to please designate Oakwood University CFC Code: 96964, during the Combined Federal Campaign, going on now through January 31, 2020. Click here to learn more about the CFC.
Feel free to share this link to make a contributionwith your federal co-workers, family and friends.  For more information please contact Miriam Battles, Development Officer, at 256. 726.7508 or mbattles@oakwood.edu , or visit give.oakwood.edu/cfc-campaign .

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About Oakwood University

The mission of Oakwood University, a historically black, Seventh-day Adventist institution, is to transform students through biblically-based education for service to God and humanity.