Phew! It has been an exciting month for us at Pratham Books. Last month, we launched
Several campaigns are still in need of books for their libraries/reading programs. Here is a list of all the active campaigns you can donate to :
- 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 set up at least 5 reading centres 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.
- 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.
- Christel House, Bangalore wants to build a library with a rich variety and diversity in their books.
- Help empower these 85 bright young minds from Sion, Maharashtra towards being empathetic individuals who believe in their power to rewrite their own story.
- Support Pratham Books’ annual One Day, One Story event by donating books that can help more storytellers share the joy of reading across India.
- Gaon Kalyan Samiti in Angul, Orissa want to create libraries to empower the children they work with.
Thank you for helping India’s children read.