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By Denise Gary Photographs by Denise Gary Kids Need to Read has been blessed by a wonderful partnership with Pi Beta Phi Phoenix Alumnae Club over the past three years, which has resulted in the provision of books and literacy programs for disadvantaged children in the Phoenix area, as well as nationally. Here are our most recent activities […]
Greetings! We at Kids Need to Read have something precious to share with you—the small, yet mighty moments that make our hearts soar. These moments occur while we are providing books to children who have little to call their own, after a presentation to caregivers, during a school program, or at an event where we […]
By Nacole Vickery Photograph by Denise Gary Kids Need to Read is honored to announce it has been awarded two Mesa community grants totaling $750 from Walmart Supercenter on Southern and Superstition Springs, and Walmart Supercenter at Falcon Gateway Shopping Center. The Walmart Foundation Community Grants funds were awarded to stock The Page Coach with […]
By Nacole Vickery and Denise Gary Photographs by Denise Gary and Lori Cothrun Kids Need to Read was excited to celebrate its partnership with Mesa Arts Center by participating in two of their recent events: Educator Preview Night and the 2016 Season Kickoff. This is KNTR’s fourth year to provide books for the center’s ProjectLit […]
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