Donate-a-Book Turns Three!

Para-para-paraaaaaa….Para-para-paraaaa. Donate-a-Book turns THREE today!

We are through with the not-so-terrible twos. As we turn a magical three, we look back at the last three years!
3 Years
348 Campaigns
1,33,602 Books Distributed
3,37,000 Kids Impacted
Thank you ALL for being the best type of book buddy : the one who shares the joy of reading!
Like everyone else on the planet, we love getting presents for our birthday. This birthday, we want to ask you to create #TheBookMonsoon! We want it to rain books, books and more books. 
Help us raise funds for 3000 books in 30 days! 
The best part – this birthday gift will be shared with thousand of children across the country.
How to start #TheBookMonsoon
  • Choose from any of the campaigns listed below
  • Make a donation of your choice (Rs.250 = 6 books, Rs.500 = 12 books, Rs.1000 = 25 books, Rs.2500 = 62 books and Rs.5000 = 1 library kit)
You can start #TheBookMonsoon by donating books to  :
  • Children studying at pre-schools and non-formal centres run by Nipun in the slums of Delhi.
  • Help ARHI kickstart a knowledge revolution with books in 8 community libraries located in Karbi Anglong and Morigaon districts of Assam.
  • Add books to the only accessible library that exists in this rural part of Valsad, Gujarat.
  • Add learning resources to the centres Pratigya is running in remote villages of Jharkhand.
  • Help expand this existing library in Jaipur so that the student to book ratio in it increases.
  • By donating 2 library kits, you can ensure that ‘library hour’ is a possibility for the kids at Sudhanikethan Education Society, Bengaluru, Karnataka.
  • Support Savera Foundation’s project to start libraries in government schools in the remote district of Giridh, Jharkhand.
  • Send some book love to this village library in Vizianagaram, Andhra Pradesh.
  • Bring the joy of reading to a village library in Kundagol and several other Gram Panchayat libraries in Karnataka.
  • Help Let’s Open a Book to encourage reading habits among children from disadvantaged backgrounds in Spiti Valley.
  • Gift the joy of reading to 250 girls from rural and  urban regions of Ajmer, Rajasthan.
  • Support Joshi Trust’s reading program in tribal and rural schools across Raigad District in Maharashtra.
  • Umri Foundation aims to setup at least 5 reading centers in government schools in rural Karnataka.
  • Shower some book love on St. Theresa’s Primary School in Erode.
  • Help these children from 2 primary schools in Hyderabad become readers for life.
  • Adarsha Seva believes that a child without education is like a bird without wings. Help these children soar high.
  • Shape the future of these young minds supported by Varitra Foundation
  • Support the India Reserve Battalion, Munirabad in their endeavour to build a reading room for the children of policemen.
  • These little superheroes from Chennai need a library of books to cultivate their reading habit.
  • Swatantra Talim is organizing the SwaKhoj Awards across Uttar Pradesh to ignite children’s creativity and innovative thinking. Help them gift books to the children at the event.
  • Enable the kids studying at this budget private schools in Delhi to become readers for life.
  • Synodical Board of Social Services require books for their remedial centres/informal schools in villages in Amritsar district.
  • Help Nayan open a library on wheels to cultivate the love of reading among children in Jaipur.
  • Bharti Global Education Society’s rural reading program that will be accessible to 150 kids in Faridabad, Haryana. 
  • Deepalaya wants to equip 10 learning centers located in slums of Delhi and Uttar Pradesh with books. 
  • A donation of Rs.200  = 1 financial literacy book pack for a low-income school in India.
  • Encourage the reading habit in this Government Higher Secondary School located in Trichy, Tamil Nadu. 
  • Help Gabriel Project Charitable Trust start libraries in 8 government schools working with tribal children in Palghar, Maharashtra.
  • Help Zindagi Foundation set up village libraries across Gopalganj district in Bihar.
  • Equip this government school’s Reading Circles Project with English books to improve their reading skills. 
  • GSM Foundation wants to set up a community library that is accessible to kids who are dropouts or not enrolled in schools in Delhi. 
  • Donate books to this mobile library project that reaches 25 government schools and 2 lower budget private schools in Majuli, Assam. 
  • A class of students who want a library in their classroom in Chennai, Tamil Nadu.  
  • Shefali, a Teach for India fellow wants to set up 6 classroom libraries to create a warm atmosphere of learning and inspiration
    • THANK YOU for joining us on this journey!

    Donate to #TheBookMonsoon!
    Let it rain books all across India.