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Stats 2018

In year 2018 Adult Life Training, Inc. provided 4,900 hours training to 980 attending Senior Aides, who earned 28 certificates in basic computer job skills.

in year 2018 Adult Life Training, Inc. provided 176 hours of training in Financial Literacy to 88 attending citizens, training them with the knowledge and tools they need to get and stay out of debt, have three to six months expenses saved in advance in their emergency fund, and invest for their children’s college and their own retirement expenses. These free public workshops were underwritten by a generous grant from the 3Rivers Federal Credit Union Foundation. 3Rivers is Here for you: here for good. If you’re ready to start a lifelong banking relationship with a local organization you can trust, then 3Rivers is for you. https://www.3riversfcu.org/

This represents an increase in persons trained from 571 in year 2017 to 1068 in year 2018, and from 2,318 hours in 2017 to 5,076 hours in 2018.

More details on Adult Life Training, Inc., it’s board members, and its social impact can be found on GuideStar at https://www.guidestar.org/profile/59-3782924

Tax information concerning Adult Life Training, Inc. can be freely accessed from the United States Treasury Department page at https://apps.irs.gov/app/eos/displayAll.do?dispatchMethod=displayAllInfo&Id=4905102&ein=593782924&country=US&deductibility=all&dispatchMethod=searchAll&isDescending=false&city=&ein1=&postDateFrom=&exemptTypeCode=al&submitName=Search&sortColumn=orgName&totalResults=1&names=Adult+life+Training+inc or Browse to www.irs.gov and POINT TO the large blue Charities & Nonprofits button at the top right of the page, then click the Item labeled “Tax Exempt Organization Search”. Enter “Adult Life Training Inc” to see all tax returns and data since year 2007.


Drive Time!

Well, it’s that time of year and we have started our year 2017 fund drive! If you appreciate our work and can afford to give $2, $5 or more, it will make a real difference – when many people help it adds up!

You can help us continue to get people trained in job skills and off welfare by donating through the PayPal button at the top right of our web pages, donating on PayPal.com to our email address donations@alt-fw.org, or by mailing your check to Adult Life Training, Inc., 3301 E Coliseum Blvd, Fort Wayne, IN 46805. Of course if you are in the area there is also a donation box on the wall! PayPal keeps 33 cents of the first dollar of your donation but only 3 cents on a dollar after that. We get the entirety of checks and cash donations.

Our present needs include:

  • $546 to provide the coffee and other hospitality supplies that we use daily for this year
  • $750 to replace our eight year old server computer (which is failing to start half the time now) that we use to teach computer classes
  • Funds to buy as needed copier paper and toner cartridges for the printers
  • Someone to donate a really good job cleaning our fabric covered chairs and carpet

If you are alert then you noticed there are no wages or payments to people in those needs! That is because we are an all volunteer organization, and all of the funds that we receive go directly to the actual work, not to “administrative costs”! So please take a moment to donate – your dollar or two will help and you’ll likely not miss it much.


We can use your unwanted but working Laptop / Notebook PCs

These are “good” unwanted electronics! They are headed to recycling where their component minerals and metals will be reprocessed and used again, not to a dump where they will poison our water.

Adult Life Training, Inc. can use your unwanted but working Laptop or Notebook PCs

We help the poor in our community learn useful computer job skills so they can get a real job and support themselves financially. Many are too poor to afford a usable computer to practice their new skills or perform job searches.

If you replaced your notebook computer this Christmas and no longer want your old one, you can bring it to us and we’ll clean off the fixed disk and prepare it for a needy person Readmore..