South Baldwin Literacy Council is a non-profit organization, dedicated to providing literacy instruction to help people in our community make a better life for themselves and their families.
The South Baldwin Literacy Council (SBLC) was established in 1985 as a volunteer based, non-profit organization. The SBLC serves residents in South Baldwin County, Alabama through a wide array of educational services and programming.
The South Baldwin Literacy Council is currently staffed with an executive director, also serving as a adult language coordinator, and an English as a second language coordinator. The SBLC has a Board of Directors committed to meeting the learning needs in South Baldwin County. Services are available for learners of all ages, languages and educational levels. Our office is located in Foley Alabama.
Through the generosity of donations and grants, the South Baldwin Literacy Council provides services free-of-charge. We currently offer GED tutoring, ESL classes and a variety of youth educational services. Additionally, the SBLC hosts an annual Trivia Night for fundraising.