#AReaderEveryDay goes to Manila

… and we’re partnering with When In Manila!


For this leg, we’re excited to raise book donations to benefit the Suit Elementary School in Dagupan City through The Storytelling Project!

If you’ve been living with your nose forever perched in a book, TSP is a non-government organization that shares the same advocacy of spreading the habit of reading. They implement a three-phase program: 1) month-long storytelling sessions, 2) library project and 3) reading club formation.

The school, which is now on Phase II, accepts children’s books, young adult booksreference books for kids and teens and activity books, provided they are in good condition.

Donations may be dropped off at our partner establishments listed below until end of June 2016:

Let’s help build libraries in communities. For a #readingnation! ☁

To volunteer, sign up here.

5 responses to “#AReaderEveryDay goes to Manila”

  1. […] is also Volunteerism month, so we would like to invite you as well to come join the #AReaderEveryDay in Manila book drive, in partnership with When In […]


  2. […] can also visit posts from both bookbed and When In Manila. For more information and other inquiries about #AReaderEveryDay, please e-mail […]


  3. […] Huwag kalimutan: Ngayong buwan ay ipapamahagi na namin ang mga nakolekta naming libro mula sa #AReaderEveryDay drive sa mga bata sa Suit Elementary School sa Dagupan. Maaari pa kayong magbigay hanggang ika-12 ng Agosto! (Bisitahin ang pahinang ito para sa mga detalye.) […]


  4. […] pleased to let you know that we have initially handed over the books we’ve collected for the #AReaderEveryDay in Manila drive to our beneficiary, The Storytelling […]


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