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RBC

RBC, The Royal Bank of Canada, is a proud supporter of the IPALS (Immigrant Parents as Literacy Supporters) program for new Canadians from Syria. Their financial support is funding a new program at the Mount Pleasant Neighbourhood House created to encourage Syrian refugee families to learn and thrive together. visit website

TELUS

We are proud to partner with TELUS, the BC Ministry of Social Innovation and Social Development, and the BC Technology for Learning Society to launch pilot program, called Internet for Good, that will offer affordable Internet service to low-income single-parent families across the province on income or disability assistance. visit website

TELUS World of Science at Science World

Science World is a non-profit organization which engages British Columbians in science and inspires future science and technology across the province. Decoda and Science World have been partnering on various community events since the fall of 2013, and are collaborating on a series of community outreach events across British Columbia. On September 8, 2016, Decoda… Read more

Bosa Properties Foundation

Literacy is a key that opens so many doors in life—that’s why the Bosa Properties Foundation supports Decoda Literacy Solutions. Bosa Properties Foundation is a proud supporter of the Immigrant Parents as Literacy Supporters (IPALS) program. Visit website

FortisBC

Thanks to FortisBC’s support, online digital badges (also known as micro-credentials) are provided for adult learners who participate in community-based literacy and essential skills programs to show what they have achieved. The badges provide motivation, encourage retention in literacy programs, and show skills for employment and for entry into further learning. Visit website

The Hamber Foundation

The Hamber Foundation makes grants for cultural, educational and charitable purposes within the Province of British Columbia in the fields of arts, athletics, health care and medicine, education, youth groups and welfare. The Foundation is a supporter of the Numeracy Collection at the Decoda Literacy Library, which provides resources to support the development of practical… Read more

Manulife

As a community-minded company, Manulife is continuously striving to improve the ways in which they can make a difference in the lives of others. Manulife was a generous supporter of Decoda’s Family Literacy Week, and provided space for our inaugural Literacy is Life campaign festivities. Decoda thanks Manulife for their continuous support. Visit site

Chimp Foundation

Chimp is a web-based tool that any Canadian can use to make a donation or fundraise for any charity of their choice.  A contraction of “Charitable Impact Foundation,” Chimp, a public foundation, has given more than $53 million to charitable causes since 2008. A great champion of literacy, The Chimp Foundation helped make our very first fundraising… Read more

Starbucks Coffee Company

Starbucks makes literacy a priority, and has been supporting literacy programming since 1997 to show their commitment to investing back into the neighbourhoods in which they operate. Starbucks is proud to support the work of Decoda and sponsored the Literacy is Life campaign. They believe that when literacy is made a priority in our communities,… Read more

Eton College Vancouver

Eton College strongly believes that no one should be left behind for lack of an opportunity for education. We are committed to a vision of healthy, happy and literate individuals who can contribute to the success of the communities that they live in. We thrive on instilling a passion for lifelong learning and are excited to work closely with… Read more