Update: The Reaching for Rainbows Project

Hi, Bookworms,

Just wanted to update everyone on the progress of The Reaching for Rainbows Project. So far, we’ve raised enough money to donate 56 copies of Reaching for Rainbows to school and public libraries. I’d like to give a great big THANK YOU to everyone who donated so far. They are:

Three-year old girl holding a copy of Reaching for Rainbows
Mommy’s little helper is ready to send the books!
  • Rebecca Kipp
  • Papa Verdun
  • The Verdun Family
  • Reiss Griffiths
  • 4kclub
  • Maria McCarville
  • and two anonymous donors

Don’t forget you can make a donation in someone’s name as a great gift for the holidays. In a time when people already have so much, why not make a gift to your whole community?

Most school and public libraries don’t have large budgets for books, so it’s always nice to help them out. Even if you’re not interested in my project, please consider making a donation of cash or new books to your local library during this holiday season.

If you’re a writer, friends of the library group, or another organization, I can include links to your website on my updates and the donation label. Just let me know what link you would like me to include.

Piles of Books

Fifty-six copies of Reaching for Rainbows are ready to be labeled and sent to libraries.

Please remember that even if you can’t make a donation, I could still use your support of the project. If possible, please forward this update to someone you think may be interested in the project, or use one of the share buttons on the campaign site to let others know about it.

Thanks for you support!
Nessa

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Author: Nessa

Librarian for people with visual and physical impairments, and mother of two sharp-witted alien children.

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