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Promote Reading: If you aren't sure who to sponsor, GlobalGiving supports a number of charities dedicated to spreading literacy, building libraries, and providing books for education, including the projects below.

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Books for Afghan Women and Children
More than 7 million Afghans have no access to reading books in school and are learning to read from textbooks only. The Afghan Institute of Learning (AIL) purchases and publishes books for libraries for the 25,000 students in AIL Learning Centers and the schools that it supports and supplies books to a public library in Herat. Students who have a variety of reading material are more able to apply what they have learned and to expand their minds through reading diverse subject matter. project reportread updates from the field
National Scholarship Program in Australia
The National Scholarship Program (NSP) is the flagship initiative for the GVI Charitable Trust. This project will fund opportunities and training for disadvantaged individuals in the Australia to allow personal development, team work, leadership and open up further opportunities. The program is also focused upon creating a sense of responsibility both locally and globally and offering beneficiaries the tools to make a difference to their own lives, their community and impact upon global issues. project reportread updates from the field
Education & Support for Vulnerable Children, Kenya
We have been working with Nyota Ing'arayo Primary School in Mombassa since 2010. The school has grown from its humble beginnings as a care centre known as Precious Vision to a fully fledged school. As the centre grew and developed, this project has helped to cater for its diverse and ever-changing needs. Currently, funds are used primarily to fund a feeding programme and to cover wages of some of the teachers that work at the school. project reportread updates from the field
Provide Vital Literacy Programs for US Children
This project will provide high-quality books, materials, family engagement and early literacy support to children in high-need communities across all 50 states and Puerto Rico. project reportread updates from the field
Literacy and Education for All
This year there are 96 teens participating in our Leaders and Readers Program. As a result, they are enrolled in high school, attending leadership workshops & providing reading activities to thousands of young children. With your support, these hardworking teens are determined to make a difference in their families and communities. As Claudia explains, she wants to become a human rights lawyer to "focus on the rights of women and children because I want them to have a better life than I've had." project reportread updates from the field
Create Braille Books For 1000 Blind Children
This project will create a Mini Printing House providing a various set of Braille books to 1000 visually impaired children in Ukraine to help them explore the World with their hands through reading illustrated stories in Braille with tactile pictures. project reportread updates from the field
Literacy for a billion with Bollywood songs
PlanetRead uses SLS in 10 languages nationwide to provide automatic reading practice to 300 million early literates people who are officially “literate” but who cannot read. project reportread updates from the field
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