Great phrase, great organization. Here’s what they do: distribute books to kids. For free. What’s not to love? As their website says…
RIF is everywhere—a reservation community in South Dakota, an urban neighborhood in New York, a rural hamlet in Florida, and even navigating a world of visual and hearing impairments.
Here’s how they do it:
In fact, RIF’s passion for literacy creates a unique method of distribution: Dozens of books are displayed, allowing children to explore their interests and make their own choices. The books are free but the moments are priceless, as excited readers show off their selections, pose for pictures, and ask in wide-eyed amazement: “I really don’t have to bring this book back to the library?”
If you agree that this organization is important, please contact your federal representatives and encourage them to support Reading is Fundamental. Thanks!