African Library Project

Geoffrey's Eagle Book Drive

03/25/2017 to 06/01/2017
Annapolis MD

The African Library Project brings gently used books to an African community that has lots of eager readers but very few books. Please help by collecting and delivering gently used books or by raising money to help pay for shipping to Africa. It only takes 1000 books and $500 to start a single library (and a little elbow grease!)

This book drive is organized by ...

This is more than my Eagle Scout Project. Eagle is the highest rank in scouting so this is very important to me! Thank you for donating! Donations will not be accepted until I am approved by the BSA. PLEASE DO NOT donate until at least April 1st unless otherwise notified.

We want to start a library in Africa because...

I wanted to something besides a building project for my Eagle project and helping the younger generations in Africa seemed like a fantastic idea!

Please contribute these kinds of books...

This is a secondary library: please donate 4th - 8th Grade reading level books!

Here's how you can contribute your books...

If you go to school or see me every day, please hand them in directly to me.

We need to raise funds for shipping the books...

I will be in contact with donors on how they can donate on a later date. Fundraising opportunities from restaurants will most likely be the fundraising method.

Here are some ways that you can help...

Please donate books! This is a library project. Also, I cannot run the project without cash donations. The African Library Project needs $500 dollars and I will need about an extra $100 to finish off the project. Thank you for your donations!

Contact us to find out more

Name: Geoffrey Forsyth Please contact me with any questions
Email: gmforsyth@comcast.net
Phone: 4435341468

Progress Report

Our Goal 1,000 books $600 fundraising
Results so far
(updated: 3/8/17)
0 books $0 fundraising

Just started as of 3/8/17.

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About the African Library Project

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