How You Can Help

Thanks to a generous donor, children at Spanish Town Primary School received Silly Nomads t-shirts and several books

From time to time, I meet people across the country who say, “How can I help”? I often share stories of the children, teachers, communities and schools I’ve meet on my journey and how the common theme is, “we can’t afford books for our children.” Because of a strong commitment to our communities, a list is provided below of a few schools and nonprofits who are looking for help to get books into the hands of children. If you are someone who would like to join in with others to promote literacy and get books into the hands of children, please review the list below and consider ordering books to send to children, schools and communities in need. THANK YOU!

If you are a school or nonprofit in need of books, please contact me and we would be happy to review your needs and add you to our list.  Interested in donating to any of the following? Please contact me.

Schools/Organizations in Need

The RED Bookshelf: www.theredbookshelf.org Send books to Rachel Eveleth
Location
200 Green Street, Albany NY 12202
518-210-0449
Need
300 series of Silly Nomads to place on red bookshelves in disadvantaged communities throughout Albany

 

MacArthur Elementary School
Location
1123 Vestal Ave, Binghamton, NY 13903
607-762-8119
Need
Requests 25 sets of the series to be donated for use in book clubs, classroom libraries, and the school library

 

Benjamin Franklin Elementary School
Location
262 Conklin Ave, Binghamton, NY 13903
607-762-8340
Need

Requests 25 sets of the series to be donated for use in book clubs, classroom libraries, and the school library