More than 400 students in an under-resourced school will each get three high-interest books to read this summer. You can donate books or help us work the book fair on May 18th.
Collect books for elementary school children and then contact us at Bookwormglobal@gmail.com to drop off or pick up.
Literacy and education equity are especially relevant during the pandemic when school closures and statewide shelter-in-place orders limit students' access to books. Our vision is to provide books to children in underserved communities and facilitate opportunities for volunteers to actively engage in social change while remaining safe. We started Bookworm Global as a way to serve others during the pandemic but we hope the impact can be much greater.
There is an immediate need for phyical books to promote literacy and prevent educational backsliding. We have recycled over 45,000 books since Spring 2020! Recycling books helps (1) improve literacy rates, (2) impact education equity, (3) and is good for the environment. Help us make an even bigger impact. We could not do this without volunteers or partnerships. We have worked with numerous service organizations, schools and clubs.
Alana is a voracious reader, lover of books and technically savvy. She is dedicated to promoting literacy and is in interested in education equity and education reform. Alana really enjoys community service and is a member of several service organizations. In addition to promoting literacy, she hopes to insprie others to serve their communities. Alana attends high school in Los Angeles but is helping friends across the United States, Canada and Mexico promote literacy.
We are working to ensure all children have access to books during the pandemic.
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Leverage our "how to" plans to get started in your own area. Have a bigger impact when you become an ambassador by doing a book drive with your school, service organization, sports team or religious organization.