There’s a reason why “What is the name of your first teacher?” is a popular Internet security question. While many of us will use our first grade or favorite elementary school teacher’s name as our answer, in reality, our first teacher was truly a parent.
Sabah sales through Sunday, April 30th benefit Aberg Center’s Speak|Write|Connect approach to richer lives and stronger communities through literacy.
PURCHASE IN PERSON: Sabah House at 2312 Routh Street is open from noon to 7 p.m., Wednesday through Saturday and noon to 5 p.m. on Sunday.
PURCHASE ONLINE: Buy your new pair of sabahs online, using the code “SabahForAberg” when checking out.
Spring Fling is a party that celebrates the Sabah shoe phenomenon (www.sabah.am) and benefits Aberg Center for Literacy, where people gain the language and life skills needed to build richer lives for themselves and their families. When Aberg students succeed we all benefit.
Please Sabah with us on Sunday, April 23. The party launches an entire week benefiting Aberg Center. Bring a friend because it will be an experience you’ll want to share with your favorite people.
On the Road Lending are a Dallas area non-profit that provide reliable vehicles to clients at affordable monthly payments, with rock-bottom interest rates. How do they do it? By ignoring credit rating and lending based on a stable work history and place of residence. They work with clients for several months to build financial capability and then arrange an affordable loan for a fuel-efficient, modern vehicle that is reliable and under warranty.
If you are tired of your unreliable transportation causing you issues, or your car payments are through the roof due to high interest rates, you may be the perfect On the Road Lending client.
Join us at Aberg Center for Literacy on Friday, Feb 1oth @ 9am for a special information session. Let On the Road help you overcome those transportation barriers so so you can get to work, lead a healthier life, and avoid predatory lending.
On Friday, February 3rd @ 9am, Join Aberg Center for Literacy for an important presentation about immigration rights by Catholic Charities of Dallas, the leaders in immigration and refugee services in Dallas. The "Know Your Rights" presentation is designed to answer your questions about what rights you or your friends/family members have under U.S. Law.
The presentation is delivered in English and Spanish, and is appropriate for people of all statuses, from undocumented immigrants, to residents seeking citizenship.
ABERG CENTER for LITERACY and CATHOLIC CHARITIES of DALLAS present Citizenship Classes @ St. Matthew's Cathedral (5100 Ross Ave. Dallas, TX). Registration will be:
- Monday, Jan 30th - 11am-1pm
- Wednesday, Feb 1st - 11am-1pm
Are you ready to take the next step to becoming an American Citizen? If you have 4 years and 9 months of Permanent Residency (or 2 years and 9 months of residency when married to a U.S. Citizen) you may qualify to take citizenship classes at ABERG CENTER.
Expert instruction led by CATHOLIC CHARITIES ensures you will have all the information, knowledge, and training necessary to complete the form N400, pass the naturalization test, and complete your citizenship interview.
Cost of the class is $30, which includes book + materials.
If you have any questions, please contact us at 214-826-6501.