Organizations that Understand #KidsNeedBooks
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Name of OrganizationOrganization's WebsiteWho Does It Give Books to? (Region, Kinds of Schools, Etc.)How does a school/library apply to receive books? (If it's possible to include a link to the application, that's fantastic.)How competitive is the application process?Can it be a recurring donation?Does the Program only donate books or does it include author visits, as well?
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Children's Literacy Foundation (CLiF)http://clifonline.org/Low-income, at-risk, and rural children up to age 12 throughout New Hampshire and Vermont.https://clif.submittable.com/submitSomewhat CompetitiveYesBooks AND Author Visits
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The Maryland Book Bankhttp://www.marylandbookbank.orgchildren, teachers, schools and organizationsChildren can visit and take as many books as they want, Ninmembers 25 books a visit individual and Organizational memberships can take moreNot At All CompetitiveNoBooks Only
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Reading to Kidshttp://www.readingtokids.org/Home/main.phpKids in 8 public schools in Los Angeles, and those school librariesBooks Only
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Books and a Blanket Booksandablanket.comRegions in South Texas, some abroadBooksandablanket@gmail.comNot At All CompetitiveYesBooks Only
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Never Counted Outwww.nevercountedout.comYouth (via classrooms and/or after school programs) who have limited to no access to books. Via our website. Not At All CompetitiveYesBooks AND Author Visits
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Children's Literacy Foundationclifonline.orgat-risk children in VT & NHthere are MANY kinds of grants!Somewhat CompetitiveYesBooks AND Author Visits
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Chestnut Ridge Middle Schoolhttp://www.edlinesites.net/pages/Chestnut_Ridge_Middle_SchoolChestnut Ridge Middle School serves 575 students in grades seven and eight with 52% males and 48% females. The school is 46% African American, 44%Hispanic and 10% other. The majorities of our students are economically disadvantaged and 90% are eligible for free or reduced price lunch. Here, at the library, we organize three book distributions every year in order to promote reading and to ensure that every student can own their books.http://www.eram.k12.ny.us/education/components/scrapbook/default.php?sectionid=1354&url_redirect=1Extremely CompetitiveYesBooks Only
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The Book Thing of Baltimorehttp://bookthing.orgAnyoneVisit! Walk in welcome!Not At All CompetitiveNoBooks Only
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Children's Book Bank
http://www.childrensbookbank.org/
"The Children’s Book Bank intentionally partners with organizations that are already providing parent education about reading aloud to young children and supporting literacy development—an essential piece to changing family reading behaviors. We support these existing efforts by ensuring families have lots of books at home to share with their children." Partner organizations include: http://www.childrensbookbank.org/literacy-partners/
I'm uncertain of how an organization gets added to the community partner/outreach list
YesBooks Only
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