Seacoast Learning Center Events
Special Events & Fundraising
The Seacoast Learning Center has served the greater seacoast area, which includes parts of New Hampshire, Maine, and Massachusetts, since 2004. Our center’s dual mission is to provide free remedial tutoring for children with dyslexia, and free training of teachers in the use of the Orton Gillingham individualized method of dyslexia remediation. The Seacoast Learning Center relies on fund raising, grants, and donations in addition to the financial support provided to us by the Scottish Rite Masons (Northern Masonic Jurisdiction) to fund the free services we offer. For more information on how you can volunteer or make a donation, please contact the Seacoast Learning Center Director. You may also donate via Paypal online using the “Make Donation” button below. No PayPal account is required when using your credit card.
2020 Charitable Gaming Nights
The Seacoast Learning Center will be holding our annual “Casino Gaming Night” fundraisers throughout the calendar year. These events will take place at the Ocean Gaming Casino located on Hampton Beach in NH.
- Jan. 9 and 10, 12pm to 1am
- March 11 and 12, 12pm to 1am
- May 18 – 19, 12pm to 1am
- July 29 and 30, 12pm to 1am
- Oct. 2 and 3, 12pm to 1am
Details: Ocean Gaming Casino is donating 35% of the proceeds on the days Casino Night is held to the Seacoast Learning Center. Please contact us for more information about our annual Casino Night fund raiser event.
17th Annual Golf Tournament – September 25, 2020
The Seacoast Learning Center will hold our 17th annual Golf Tournament fund raiser on September 25, 2020. The Rochester Country Club in Rochester, New Hampshire will host this year’s tournament.
Details: Entry fee includes cart, 18 holes of scramble format golf, use of the driving range (bucket of balls included), and dinner. Awards & prizes will be presented and include…
- Hole in One (Win New Ford)
- Longest Drive (Men)
- Longest Drive (Women)
- Closest to Pin
- Putting Contest
Registration begins at 7:30 AM. Tee off starts at 8:30 AM. Winner’s awards, silent auction, and raffles after tournament.
Tournament sponsorship slots available (4 Sponsor Levels). Contact us for more info or to become a sponsor.
Single Entry – $125.00 / Foursome Entry – $500.00
Foursome Entry + Sponsor 1 Hole – $600.00
2021 Run2Read 5K Fund Raiser
The Seacoast Learning Center will conduct our annual 5K Run2Read road race fund raiser, come rain or come shine, on June 26th at the Rochester Ice Arena in Rochester, NH. The first 50 entrants to register receive a free t-shirt.
Details: Check in begins at 8AM. The race starts at 9AM. There is a digital clock at the finish line, water is provided at the halfway mark, and food and drink will be available at the finish line. Following the race, a silent auction to benefit the Seacoast Learning Center will take place. We are looking for people to run and/or walk in this event and we are in need of volunteers, donations, & sponsors.This is a USATF certified 5K road course. For information or to pre-register visit runningforfree.com. Please contact to volunteer or with any questions you may have.Pre-Register – $30.00 / Register Day Of – $35.00
What Students & Parents Are Saying
Thank you for providing me with a free way to get an education. The tutoring helps my parents because they don’t have to spend money on it. It will help me in school to get better grades and it will help me in life. This tutoring will help me read more fluently, spell better and write neater. It also makes me very smart. I appreciate you helping me get a better education.
Thank you for creating this center so I can do better in most of my subjects at school. My friends at school think I am a good reader and writer but they don’t know that I have dyslexia. I have been getting better grades since I started going here.
I wanted to share with you a success! You remember my daughter, Julie, who was (is) severely dyslexic and attended the center about four years ago...well, she is now a published poet! Her poem was nominated and included in the anthology attached. Then, more recently, a poem of Julie's received second place in a contest sponsored by our local women's club. Sometimes, I am so overwhelmed I could cry. I'm sure you know that feeling. I think Julie's experiences at the Center made all the difference. Remember when she couldn't even recognize letters? I'm just so grateful.