Recap – Fiscal Year 2021-2022

178 by 95 = $146,995

In LVSF’s fiscal year 2021-2022 (July 1, 2021 to June 30, 2022), 178 students were served by 95 volunteer tutors who provided 4,908 hours of instruction. This represents volunteer contributions to our community equivalent to $146,995.

30 different places

105 total volunteers gave their time tutoring or as board members, and 35 new tutors were trained in Basic Literacy, ESL, or Citizenship tutoring. Students and tutors met online and at over 30 different meeting places in the community!

Education UP

Of the 178 students, 89% were aged 25-54, 69% were female, 91% were Hispanic, and 93% were very low income. 76% of students retested had a level gain, and 14 students passed the exam to become U.S. citizens. Students met many other specific goals, such as getting a job, helping their children with schoolwork, and gaining computer literacy skills.


Our major partners included SFCC, Presbyterian Medical Services, the Retired Senior Volunteer Program, Santa Fe Dreamers, Santa Fe Public Schools, Santa Fe Public Libraries, Somos Un Pueblo Unido, and United Way of Santa Fe County.


Funding was provided by individual supporters like you and the following: The City of Santa Fe, LiteracyArc, New Mexico Higher Education Department, Dollar General Literacy Foundation, Frost Foundation, Hoffman-Bravy Charitable Foundation, Lannan Foundation, Las Companas Community Endowment Fund, Los Alamos National Laboratory Foundation, Nancy Ann Mellen Foundation, Santa Fe Community Foundation, Santa Fe Community College Foundation, The Nash Foundation, Barker Family Properties, Century Bank, and Guadalupe Credit Union.

Moving Forward!

As we enter the second half of this fiscal year, we we are on track to increase the number of students we serve.

We are grateful for everyone in the community who makes Literacy Volunteers possible.

Have a wonderful holiday season!

Mail Checks To:
Literacy Volunteers of Santa Fe
6401 Richards Avenue, Santa Fe, NM 87508

2023 GOALS:

  • Increase small groups and classes.
  • Continue utilizing a hybrid model with virtual and in-person tutoring.
  • Rejuvenate our resource library.
  • Focus on career readiness.
  • Re-engage our business partners.
  • Strengthening our collaboration with Workforce Solutions.
  • Connect students with Career Pathways program.
  • Plan career workshops.
  • Continuing to expand our Workplace Tutoring Program.