[Gia Lai] "Redeem Books for Trees" Program 2021
Information from the organizer:
Program "Exchange books for trees" 2021
In 2019, the group organized the companionship of more than 50 sponsors and exchanged nearly 10 tons with more than 500 sets of books of classes and 4000 books of all kinds, forming 2 White Dove Bookcases for children to learn. difficult birth district Kong Chro (Gia Lai).
In 2020, the Group will receive the companionship of more than 92 units, exchanging nearly 20 tons with more than 700 textbooks and more than 10,000 other books donated into dozens of bookcases awarded to disadvantaged students. high in Gia Lai and students in flood and storm areas in Quang Ngai - Help thousands of students have books to school and have access to books.
This year, the program is organized into 2 phases
Phase 01 - May (September 9, 16, 23, 30) at 05 locations in the city. Pleiku, Gia Lai province.
Location 1 (Main point): Se San Coffee - 89 Hung Vuong, City. Pleiku, Gia Lai.
Location 2: Tin Garden - 104 Phan Dinh Phung, City. Pleiku, Gia Lai.
Location 3: Bao Viet Life Gia Lai - 39 Hung Vuong, City. Pleiku, Gia Lai.
Location 4: Touch Cinema - 212 Nguyen Tat Thanh, City. Pleiku, Gia Lai.
Location 5: Sao Kim Foreign Language Center campus 2 - 66 Cach Mang Thang 8, City. Pleiku, Gia Lai.
Phase 02 - June (05, 06, 12, 13, 19, 20, 26, 27) and July (03, 04, 10, 11, 17, 18) at 14 Locations in the city. Pleiku and 02 districts in Gia Lai province (To be announced soon)
Types of books and papers can be redeemed:
Textbooks, reference books. Other types of books: literature, history, culture,…. Stories of all kinds: comics, children's stories, word stories, ... Newspapers and magazines of all kinds. Shredded paper, office paper, carton, carton. Notebooks: new, used.
Classify and use the following sources of revenue:
Textbooks will be divided according to class and donated to students in difficult and remote areas.
For other types of books and stories depending on each type, the organization will carefully classify and transfer to the White Dove Bookshelf Project to give bookcases to classes, schools in difficult areas, orphanages - disabilities, social protection centers, hospitals, ...
Used notebooks, scrap paper, cartons, and books that are too old to be used will be sorted and sold for recycling and fundraising.
The used notebooks that have not been used up will be shredded to close the book and combine the new notebooks to divide them into gifts for students in difficult areas and disadvantaged students. The redemption table will be announced as soon as possible!
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