Oxford Learning Charity and Community Support
Oxford Learning believes in helping children overcome any obstacles to success in school and in life.
Oxford Learning believes in providing quality educational resources to all children, no matter what.
Oxford Learning believes in giving back.
Oxford Learning believes in supporting our communities.
Oxford Learning is passionate about helping children succeed in school and in life—it is the foundation for all that we do.
So it make sense then, that we would be equally passionate about helping children overcome any impediments to having access to educational resources.
For many children in this world, having a bright future is means more than simply having access to educational resources. Health, geography, poverty, and illness are all obstacles that can stand in the way of children’s educational growth and development. Oxford Learning is committed to helping children overcome these barriers to education so that they may flourish and have a full life and a brighter tomorrow.
For these reasons and many more, Oxford Learning believes in supporting Children’s Charities.
Here are just some of the charities that Oxford Learning is working with to support children.
TORONTO, ON – November 5, 2008: ABC CANADA Literacy Foundation and Oxford Learning today announced a new partnership to present the Family Literacy Day World Record Attempt, a national, bilingual initiative encouraging adults and children to engage in 30 minutes of reading together on January 23 or 24, 2009. The initiative, part of Family Literacy Day (FLD) 2009 celebrations, encourages Canadians to read along and help break the Guinness World Record for “Most Children Reading with an Adult, Multiple Venues.” The current record of 78,791 was set across the U.S. in 2006. Read more.