Sunday, 25 of January of 2015

Our annual Play for Literacy SCRABBLE® tournament returns!

February is just around the corner, and you all know what that means:

It’s time for our annual Play for Literacy SCRABBLE® tournament!

Play For Literacy

To catch the hot details on this year’s tournament, check out our Play for Literacy page.

Posted on January 11, 2015

CommonWealth One Federal Credit Union’s 70th Anniversary Community Challenge surpasses goal early

Commonwealth photoGreat news, everyone: CommonWealth One Federal Credit Union surpassed its 70th Anniversary Community Challenge goal of $700,000 in refinanced loan savings, meaning that both Skyline and Northern Virginia-based volunteer network Volunteer Alexandria each received $7,000 in donations!

Said Commonwealth One president/CEO Charlotte Cash on the prodigious accomplishment: “We are very excited about surpassing our goal before the end of the challenge….Not only were we able to help people save on their loans, but we will also be able to donate $7,000 to Volunteer Alexandria and Skyline Literacy. This is a big accomplishment for our community.”

You can read more about the Challenge on CommonWealth One’s main website and its Community Challenge website.

Thanks again to Commonwealth One for its generous donation and choice to include us in its 70th Anniversary Community Challenge!

Posted January 6, 2015



According to one Latin saying, “ipsa scientia potestas est”–or “knowledge is power,” as we Anglophones say. It’s a saying in which we at Skyline firmly believe: with knowledge, all things are possible. All visions can be realized. All dreams can come true. Whether you’re aiming to take that bold first step toward obtaining American citizenship or just want to help your children do their homework, Skyline can help you achieve that goal. Click here to find out more about our programs.


Skyline thrives on the combined efforts of its caring, community-driven voluneers. Click here to find out how you can become a Skyline volunteer and help change the lives of your fellow community members today.


There are more ways to help Skyline’s learners than just volunteering. Another great way is good, old-fashioned donating. Since Skyline is a no-profit organization, every single dollar donated to it goes directly to helping its learners achieve their goals of bettering themselves and improving both their lives and the lives of their family members. Click here to donate and help make a difference in someone’s life.