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Promising Pages

Mar 19, 2018

What a great way to start the day and start off the week, serving alongside of co-workers and clients at an amazing little non-profit in Charlotte, called Promising Pages. Promising Pages inspires underserved children to achieve their dreams by instilling a love of reading. Fueled by studies showing that children who can’t read proficiently by third grade are four times more likely to drop out of high school. More than 60,000 underserved kids in the Charlotte area are at risk of falling behind.  Promising Pages provides innovative classroom programs and more than 100,000 free books annually, making it Charlotte’s largest and most efficient distributor of upcycled books aimed at addressing this critical – and solvable – community need. We counted, sorted, cleaned and stamped books, getting them prepped and ready. Next stop … a child’s hands. What a worthwhile endeavor. If you would like to learn more, or are interested in volunteering one day  as well, please check them out online at http://promisingpages.org They depend on volunteers, so “book” a date!

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