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Book Donation Application
Kids Need to Read provides books, periodicals, and literacy resources to schools, libraries, and other organizations that administer literacy programs to children and adolescents. A school, library, or organization receiving books from Kids Need to Read must be a governmental agency or 501(c)(3) tax exempt organization located in the United States or its territories. These organizations must serve at least 50% of children living at or below the national poverty rate. Please fill in all of the required information listed below. Answer all questions completely. Kids Need to Read only accepts online applications.
Kids Need to Read places a heavy emphasis on assisting disadvantaged children. Because our foundation serves children of all ages, we accept submissions from literacy programs that serve not only young readers but middle readers and young adults. Stressed populations, such as juvenile offenders, children and adolescents living in impoverished communities, and youth faced with learning challenges experience extremely elevated drop-out rates due to illiteracy, yet they are often overlooked by literacy intervention programs. It is our intent to assist educators who are devoted to helping such children overcome the odds and succeed through worthwhile literacy initiatives.
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