Archive | Book Charities

Operation Storytime

Thanks to a few ingenious members of the United States Military, their families, contributions of noble supporters, and partner organizations, United Through Reading (UTR) was born. Through their free UTR App, deployed service members and Veterans can video record themselves reading a book then send it, along with a free copy of the book, to […]

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Promising Pages

The world becomes infinitely bigger when a child is given a book. There, they discover new worlds, life lessons, and exciting opportunities. But another world-changing opportunity arises when a child shares a book with another. This is what the charity Promising Pages is all about. The Charlotte, North Carolina based charity began by regifting books […]

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Reach A Child 

Since 2007, the non-profit organization Reach A Child has been providing new children’s books to first responders in Wisconsin as a tool for comforting children in crises. Police, Fire, EMS, Sherriff, and State Patrol Officers serve as the primary vehicle ensuring a child facing trauma has an uplifting read to call their own. They not […]

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Kids Need to Read

A charity that serves vulnerable children nationwide is one that is certainly deserving of praise. And one that revolves around books and literacy? It’s an inspirational venture perfectly suited for some Books Uplift praise.  “Many people underestimate the power of books and literacy,” says Kids Need to Read operations director, Jessica Payne, “but the lack of […]

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Little Free Library

In just about every community you’ll find a library. But in some areas, libraries are not as accessible based on location and scarcity of available books. In keeping with the theme of uplifting folks through books, Little Free Library Organization has been promoting literacy since 2009. With the goal of building literacy across the globe, […]

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United Through Reading

Our military heroes make immeasurable sacrifices for our safety and well-being. One of these sacrifices includes leaving their loved ones behind. While adults and older children can respectfully understand obligation of duty, younger children often experience more difficulty coming to terms with this separation. Finding ways to stay connected not only eases both parties’ loneliness […]

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Reach Out and Read

If you have young children, you want them to grow up to be strong, healthy and happy. You’ll do everything within your power to provide them with nutrient-rich foods and the best in quality healthcare. But what about feeding their brains? When you make time to read to your child and introduce them to the […]

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