Our Donations by State

 

Here you'll find a list of all of our book donations listed by state.  As we donate our book bundles in each state, we will update this page regularly to let you know where our donations are being sent to.  Check out our current state donation schedule listed below!

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Note: The dates listed are tentative and subject to change at any time.

New Haven Reads - COnnecticut (August 2018)

Founded to “share the joy and power of reading,” New Haven Reads increases the literacy skills of children to empower their academic success by providing individually tailored one-on-one after-school tutoring, educational family support, and a community book bank, all at no cost to participants.

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world of inquiry school #58 - new york (August 2018)

World of Inquiry School 58 is a K-12 Expeditionary Learning (EL) School nationally recognized as a Mentor School for Expeditionary Learning serving primarily an African American community.

Their school is on a journey to build a more diverse, and culturally relevant classroom and school library. Their teachers and librarian place a large significance of searching for books with African Americans and their contributions to display representation. World of Inquiry believes it is essential for students to see someone that looks like them as they are learning to maintain engagement and to learn about their history.
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martin luther king jr. family services inc. - Massachusetts (August 2018)

Martin Luther King Jr. Family Services Inc. works with African American & Latino youth and families offering them opportunities to acquire self- help and self-empowerment skills. Services and supports are also provided for individuals with developmental disabilities and mental health diagnoses and their families. 
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Books are wings - rhode island (august 2018)

Books Are Wings programs expose children from low-income families to literacy-rich reading materials. Books Are Wings typically puts thousands of books into children's hands throughout the year. They also host early learning book parties, community distribution events and summer programs.
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cramer hill elementary school - new jersey (august 2018) 

Cramer Hill is a neighborhood elementary school serving 710 students (primarily African-American and Latino) and their families in Kindergarten through 8th grade. Cramer Hill is a special place where your child will experience the joy of learning in a safe, positive environment. They focus on 5 core values: respect, responsibility, hard work, teamwork and kindness. From music to art to field trips-Cramer Hill students take part in a well-rounded education. They work closely with their families to ensure Cramer Hill is a place where every child loves to learn.

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delaware - Read Aloud delaware (september 2018)

Read Aloud Delaware introduces children from 1 to 5 years old to the world of literacy and to spark the desire to become readers.

Volunteer adult readers read aloud books to children which helps to teach them learn new words, learn new facts about animals or trees, have a personal experience with the alphabet, numbers, colors or shapes, learn how to have a conversation with an adult, and hear grammatically-correct English. The Read Aloud Delaware experience sets children on the road to literacy success.

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Florida - Read to learn books for free (september 2018)

Read to Learn Books for Free is a program of The Children’s Trust in partnership with Miami Book Fair at Miami Dade College. Their goal is to get more books in the hands of children – books they can keep to read with their families over and over again. They achieve this goal by delivering approximately 3,500 books per week to more than 50 free bookshelf locations through Miami-Dade County. These books are free for the taking by children and their caregivers.

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georgia - Reach out and read georgia (october 2018)

Reach Out and Read Georgia gives young children a foundation for success by incorporating books into pediatric care and encouraging families to read aloud together.

With 138 program sites at hospitals, clinics and doctor's offices across Georgia, they provide more than 109,093 children and their families in 67 counties with free books and resources that promote early childhood literacy. Reach Out and Read Georgia utilizes the existing medical infrastructure, to encourage supportive, educational conversations with parents on the importance of reading aloud and the impact on children's brain development.
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california - Hazel strauch elementary school (october 2018)

Strauch Elementary School is a Title I school (serving kids in grades K - 5) committed to providing a high quality instructional program within a safe and orderly environment where all students will reach their maximum potential both socially and academically. They have a high diverse population of low-income students many of which never have the opportunity to see themselves represented in books.
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Arizona helping hands - arizona (october 2018)

Arizona Helping Hands assists foster families to provide a safe, loving environment for children in the Department of Child Safety system. Their programs are designed to provide many basic needs for these boys and girls.

Arizona Helping Hands was formed in 1998 by Paul (deceased) and Kathy Donaldson under a simple premise – “Do One Good Deed a Day and Don’t Take Credit for it.”
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washington & oregon (october/november 2018)

Page Ahead (Washington)
Page Ahead is the leading provider of children's books and literacy services in Washington State, serving more than 850,000 children with 3 million new books since 1990.

They serve children, families and communities, with new books for children, literacy support for families, and reading resources for communities.
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The Children’s Book Bank (Oregon)

The mission of The Children's Book Bank is to increase the chances for children to succeed as future readers, learners, and citizens by filling their homes and lives with quality books.

The Children’s Book Bank was created to fill that void by engaging the community in collecting, sorting, and distributing donated children’s books.

Since becoming a 501(c)(3) nonprofit in 2008, The Children’s Book Bank has organized over 10,000 community volunteers to channel over 650,000 books into the hands and homes of over 50,000 children in need in the Portland area.
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texas & maine (November/december 2018)

Texas (Coming Soon!)

illinois & idaho (january 2019)

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mississippi & alabama (february 2019)

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north carolina & south carolina (march 2019)

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virginia & new mexico (april 2019)

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ohio & pennsylvania (may 2019)

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north dakota & south dakota (june 2019)

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utah & michigan (july 2019)

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nevada & oklahoma (august 2019)

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alaska & hawaii (september 2019)

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kansas & new hampshire (october 2019)

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vermont & louisiana (november 2019)

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arkansas & colorado (december 2019)

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wyoming & montana (january 2020)

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minnesota & wisconsin (february 2020)

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missouri & indiana (march 2020)

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kentucky & tennessee (april 2020)

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washington d.c. & west virginia (may 2020)

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