The 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 was established in 1983 as a volunteer-based, non-profit organization. We serve the communities and residents of Baldwin County, Alabama through a wide array of educational services and programming. Through the generosity of donations and grants, the South Baldwin Literacy Council provides services at a low-cost or free-of-charge for local residents. Our mission is to empower community members of all ages, races, and backgrounds through educational equality.
Currently, the South Baldwin Literacy Council is composed of seven staff members, a board of directors, and a large network of volunteers who work together to improve the lives of students in our community. We are committed to meeting the learning needs of our community - specifically South Baldwin County. We offer services to learners of all ages, backgrounds, and educational levels. We currently offer a variety of Adult Education Classes, ESL Classes, Youth Educational Programs, and an in-person and online GED Program. Please click here to learn more about upcoming events.
As we embark on our fortieth anniversary, we would like to highlight the many accomplishments that the South Baldwin Literacy Council has made over the last forty years. These accomplishments include (). In addition, we would like to take the time to thank our sponsors and volunteers for their support. Without your donations - financial and temporal - we would not have been able to continue this valuable effort over the last forty years. We eagerly anticipate continuing the good work that has been done. If you would like to join us in improving the lives of Baldwin County residents, please click here.
The South Baldwin Literacy Council is located in Foley, AL - one of the southernmost cities in the State of Alabama. Our community is unique in many ways. Please stay tuned for updated data and statistics to learn why what we do is so important.
The South Baldwin Literacy Council is composed of seven staff members, a board of directors, and a large network of volunteers who work together to improve the lives of students in our community. Each of us contributes to the overall mission of the South Baldwin Literacy Council in various ways. From tutoring to administration, fundraising to arts-and-crafts, we are always working to improve the lives of those around us. Click the links below to learn more.