The Aboriginal Literacy Foundation is an incorporated association, registered and based in Victoria, Australia. Founded in 2003 by Dr Tony Cree OAM, the foundation’s work builds on its founders 25 year+ career in education and involvement with the Indigenous community.
The Aboriginal Literacy Foundation seeks to transform the lives of Indigenous children by focusing on literacy and numeracy education. Working in collaboration with local communities and partners, it develops literacy skills with Indigenous children so that they can succeed in school, their community and beyond.
The ALF currently provides several specific programs involving different strategies, all of which share the same aim of improving the literacy skills of Indigenous youth.
These specific programs include:
- Weekly Tutoring
- Literacy & Heritage Camps
- Books for Learning
- Digital Literacy Hub
What ALF Accepts?
- Picture books – new titles, classic titles, favourite authors, award winners
- Early readers – popular series, cardboard books
- Fiction – new titles, popular authors, classics
- Non-Fiction (current and relevant to Indigenous culture)
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