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Watch Channel 6, WCSH!

Janna Townsend (Board President) and Eve Sotiriou speak  at the  Channel 6 presentation

Elizabeth Barron, Eve Sotiriou, Danielle Boutin

Channel 6 stars with our very own, Eve.

Hanging out at the

Cumberland Country Club

5 Outstanding Maine volunteers and 1 agency of distinction have been chosen as the 2019 6 Who Care award recipients.  

Author: Kimberly Charland


Our Agency of Distinction is Literacy Volunteers – Waterville Area. For the past 45 years, Literacy Volunteers – Waterville Area has provided free, confidential, one-on-one literacy instruction to adults. By working with adults who have never learned to read, those where English is a second language and teaching parents how to help with their child’s reading skills, Literacy Volunteers – Waterville Area is helping to create successful families.


6 Who Care is a one-of-a-kind opportunity to honor volunteers and agencies making a difference in our community. These volunteers could be neighbors or friends of yours. They build, they teach, and they inspire. They are people that go about their day never expecting a thank you for the things they do.


NEWS CENTER Maine partners with United Way of Greater Portland and our sponsors, TD Bank and Dead River Company, to honor the volunteers who see a need in our communities and fill it with care and dedication.

This is the 20th anniversary of 6 Who Care.  140 winners have been able to allocate their grant winnings to local nonprofits throughout Maine. 

Office Hours:

Tuesdays: 10AM-2PM 

Thursdays: 10AM-2PM

or by appointment

Winter Hours Reminder: 
If United Way Mid-Maine office is closed, the LVW office is closed for the day. 

“Literacy is a bridge from misery to hope.”

― Kofi Anan



"Donations from central Maine towns help literacy program"

"Literacy Volunteers Waterville Area helps adults learn to read, a much needed program that can result in greater economic and civic productivity.", writes Madeline St. Amour

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Mission Statement: 

The mission of Literacy Volunteers Waterville Area is to improve literacy skills of adults and families, to meet their personal goals. LVW, a non-profit organization, exists to offer one-to-one personalized instruction that is free and confidential.  

"We teach adults to read for personal power and independence" 

© 2015 Literacy Volunteers- Waterville Area


Literacy Volunteers- Waterville Area

105 Kennedy Memorial Drive

Waterville, ME 04901

 (207) 873- 7786