Dedicated to helping children, adults and families improve reading, writing, math, computer and communication skills.
- "I volunteer because I enjoy helping people in our community.
It's amazing when people leave, they've got a smile on their face,
they feel better, and it brings a sense of accomplishment".
Linda, Seashore Volunteer
- One year ago my family and I were homeless.
I didn't have a job. I didn't have a lot going for me.
Senitila and the volunteers at Seashore changed everything.
Robby, Local Resident
- We had a great year
30 Adult students learning to read and write
- We focus on providing a wholesome evening
with food & literacy activities for young families and their children
- Extending learning beyond the classroom through the "Achievement Club",
we assist students with their homework, offer enrichment activities,
and a healthy snack.
- The "Healthy Habits GROW" program offers students classes
in planting and caring for their own food.
- We offer part-time job opportunities to high school aged youth
throughout the summer and school year.
This program encourages positive work skills and habits.
The SLUGS share the joy of the ukulele on the Oregon coast
By Lori Tobias
For The Oregonian/Oregon
The dozen or so ukulele players practicing in a Waldport conference room have just finished “You Are My Sunshine,” and are now considering what to play next.
The question of copyrighted songs arises.
“Why don’t we do ‘Amazing Grace?’ " Judy Wooten suggests.
“That’s definitely traditional. No worries about copyrights.”
After 15 years of sharing and repairing, Waldport’s Green Bike Co-op has been even busier during pandemic lockdown
Seashore Family Literacy sponsored Green Bikes Co-op was recently featured in an article in the YachatsNews.com
DaNoble House provides support for children and adults in improving literacy. Free Tutoring, after school and summer programs, GED support, and more are provided at 125 NW Spruce St. in Waldport, Oregon. Click here for more information on what we do.
Working in partnership with the Greater South Lincoln County Community, the facility is used for a wide range of activities, programs and weekly community dinners. The building is being renovated as funding becomes available.
Seashore’s Community garden and outdoor classroom serves as a source for fresh produce, gathering space, learning zone and natural play-area. Fruit and Veggie Stand coming Summer 2016!
Created by Seashore Family Literacy as way to promote good health and recreation, the Green Bike program provides free bicycles for anyone to ride, vocational training and volunteer opportunities.
Thanks to Our Donors, We Had a Great Year
& Literacy Event Attendees