Every child deserves the resources to learn: Award-winning author launches book donation campaign
Education is not a right, it is a responsibility. Together we can promote literacy and social-emotional learning for all children, regardless of their background or economic status by doubling our book donations.
The lack of access to books can negatively impact a child's educational success and future opportunities. Through this funding campaign, Graphy hopes to provide children in need with books that they can read and enjoy.
The funding campaign aims to raise $8000 CAD in order to print and distribute 2000 books to underfunded schools and low-income communities across the country. The campaign will be hosted on fundly.com and will run until July 7, 2023.
"Children deserve every opportunity to read and explore the world through books," said Graphy "I believe that this campaign will make a difference in the lives of many children who do not have access to books."
Graphy has received numerous awards for her children's books, including the Canada Book Award, Family Choice Award, Readers Favorite, and the American Fiction Award. Her books have been praised for their engaging storytelling and beautiful illustrations, and they have been used in schools and libraries across the country and the world.
To support this campaign and help promote literacy for children, visit the crowdfunding page at https://fundly.com/
For media inquiries or interviews, please contact Argyro Graphy at firstname.lastname@example.org
About Argyro Graphy:
Argyro Graphy is an accomplished children's book author, with 65 books published. These include her award-winning Inspiring Children's book series, appreciation and gratitude journals, affirmations workbooks, and a child-friendly grab-and-go diabetes tracking journal. Her books feature her main character, Bentley Hippo. Bentley is a bubbly green hippo sporting red high-top running shoes that promotes kindness to all. Graphy is an author with a disability and together with Bentley, encourages children to be proud of who they are just as they are, No Labels, Just Kids! as they promote diversity and inclusivity. Despite her own daily challenges and struggles, Graphy is the voice of those that are different and wants to ensure that nobody is left out.
Graphy is calling on business owners, organizations, and associations to consider donating class sets of books, given that the books donated are doubled. Your help and support are needed to achieve this goal and ask you to donate today to help make a difference in the lives of children.