Projects: We help schools, libraries and literacy projects

Our Projects (So Far)

  • Literacy Coalition of Kokomo-Howard County, IN (April, 2017 – Reading Rabbits) – Provided free books to preschoolers of low income families
  • Creek County Literacy Program, OK (February, 2017 – Caring Grands) – Funded books, supplies, and training for grandparents who tutor 1st and 2nd graders in reading
  • San Antonio Public Library Foundation, TX (February, 2017 – Adult New Reader Materials) – Purchase books and materials aimed at adults who have just learned to read so they don’t have to read kids’ books
  • Gross Schechter Day School, Cleveland, OH (December, 2016 – Read for Life Program) – Funded books, incentives, decorations, and speaker fee for their year-long program
  • Carroll County Public Library, MD (December, 2016 – Battle of the Books) – Purchased books for over 1500 students who studied them during the school year and battled over their knowledge at the end
  • Rogers County Literacy Council, OK (October, 2016 – Caring Grands) –  Provided books, supplies, and training to grandparents who tutor 1st and 2nd graders in reading
  • Denver Public Library, CO (September, 2016 – Read Aloud Project) –  Funded early literacy-enriched storytimes in Head Start and Early Childhood Education programs across the city
  • Coach Sam’s Club – Cleveland, OH (June, 2016 – Aiming Higher) Literacy intervention after school program in Cleveland schools with the lowest reading scores; helped add a fourth school
  • Lawrence School – Broadview Heights, OH (June, 2016 – Codebreakers) – Purchased updated materials for their successful program for K-6 students with learning differences
  • Enoch Pratt Free Library – Baltimore, MD (June, 2016 – Steps to School Readiness) Funds to provide emergent literacy programs for preschoolers and parents
  • Lee County Library System, FL (June, 2016 – Summer Reading Program) – Paid for prize books for their summer reading program for kids up to age 18
  • Davidson County Public Library, NC (May, 2016 – Super Reading, Super Heroes) – Funded outreach to day care centers and schools providing literacy learning software for 4th to 8th graders and accompanying superhero-themed programming
  • Toronto Public Library, Ontario, Canada (May, 2016 – Storytime Outreach) – Supported a program to high needs communities to help parents and preschoolers with emergent literacy skills.
  • PS 11, New York, NY (June, 2016 – Literacy Annual Fund) – Funded support for students in the school’s literacy program
  • Queens Library, NY (June, 2016 – Kick Off to Kindergarten) – Funded three more series in their 90-minute, 8-week session training program for parents
  • Toledo-Lucas County Public Library, OH (May, 2016 – Kindergarten Kickstart) – Funded 3,000 books to be given away to children in their program to prepare kids for Kindergarten
  • Free Library of Philadelphia, PA (May, 2016 – Read by 4th) Supported their literacy program aimed at helping all students to read by 4th grade
  • Mid-Continent Public Library – Independence, MO (March, 2016 – Library-by-Mail Reading Assistance) Purchased magnifiers and e-readers for home bound library users
  • Cleveland Public Library, OH (March, 2016 – Summer Reading Club) – Paid for thousands of books to give away to children at the Grand Finale of their summer reading club
  • Cuyahoga County Public Library, OH (March, 2016 – 123 Read) –  Funded additional location for their existing program to help bring 3rd graders up to reading level by the end of the school year