African Library Project

Maryland to Malawi

02/02/2015 to 03/27/2015
Edgewater MD

We are working with the African Library Project to provide books to eager readers in Africa who have very few books. Please help us by collecting and delivering gently used books or by raising money to help pay for shipping to Africa. It takes only 1000 books and $500 (plus a little elbow grease!) to start a single library and make a huge difference in children’s lives.

This book drive is organized by ...

Maryland to Malawi is made up of kids from three families from Edgewater, Maryland. We are: Caroline (9), Jameson (8), Lia (10), Lochlan (3), Mia (7), Sari (7), Seton (9), and Tierney (6).

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

It is our responsibility to look out for other kids in the world. Can you imagine what it would be like to grow up with no books? We want to do our part to promote literacy for other kids our age.

Please contribute these kinds of books...

We need gently used paperback books for readers ages Preschool- Grade 8.

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

We have lots of convenient drop-off sites!
Central Elementary School library
Davidsonville Elementary School library
Naval Academy Primary School (NAPS)

Edgewater Books

Front porch:
McGlone Family: 169 Windward Pass, Edgewater MD
Klug Family: 2755 Pinecrest Dr., Riva, MD
Gerrity Family: 1315 Anglesey Dr., Davidsonville MD

Also, please feel free to contact any of us for a pick-up!

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

We are collecting $500 to cover shipping costs. You can send checks to any of us at the addresses listed. All contributions are tax deductible.

Contact us to find out more

Name: Sarah McGlone
Phone: 443-306-6918

Name: Alisa Klug
Phone: 410-991-2508

Name: Nadine Gerrity
Phone: 917-312-1942

Progress Report

Our Goal 2000 books $1000 fundraising
Results so far
(updated: 2/13/15)
940 books $550 fundraising


Thank you so much for your support!

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