African Library Project

National Charity League Books for Botswana

10/04/2016 to 11/12/2016
Los Altos CA

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 ...

National Charity League is a mother/daughter philanthropic organization that works to improve our communities. A group of twenty girls from our Stanford Hills Chapter got together and decided to work together and organize a book drive for a school in Botswana.

Our website link:
https://stanfordhills.nationalcharityleague.org/

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

We want to start a library in Africa because we want to give the gift of knowledge and are excited to help improve kids' imagination and creativity through the power of reading. One donation can have a big impact on many children's lives.

About our African Partners...

We are thrilled to be collecting books for Maunatlala JHS in Botswana. Maunatlala is in central Botswana with a population of about 3,361.

Please contribute these kinds of books...

Please contribute new or gently used books for 2nd through 6th grade reading levels.

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

Check with your specific donor about book collection process.

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

We are still working on fundraising opportunities.

Here are some ways that you can help...

Please go through your books at home and spread the word!

Contact us to find out more

Name: Katie Aufricht
Email: katie.aufricht@menloshcool.org
Phone:

Name: Jill Aufricht
Email: aufricht@sbcglobal.net
Phone:

Progress Report

Our Goal 1000 books $700 fundraising

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About the African Library Project

Learn more about the African Library Project at http://www.africanlibraryproject.org.
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