C

Project READ is hiring!

C

Project READ is looking for an AmeriCorps VISTA service member to take our fundraising to the next level! The AmeriCorps VISTA service member will sort books, recruit and train volunteers, develop and implement marketing plans, and grow Project READ's earned income revenue stream. The AmeriCorps VISTA position is full-time (with benefits) and members earn an education award of $5,800 or cash award of $1,800 at the completion of their service term (November 2017-November 2018).

C

Interested?  To apply, send a resume to Laura.Mlazovsky@sinclair.edu by October 1.  For more information, call 937-512-3104 or email Laura.Mlazovsky@sinclair.edu.

C

C

Yes, we accept book donations!

C

Do you have books collecting dust?  Are your bookshelves overloaded with books you don't read anymore?  Donate your gently used books to Project READ!

C

Project READ gladly accepts book donations.  Some books are sold through a vendor, with proceeds supporting Project READ, but most books are added to our book donation stock so that we can continue to give away thousands of books each year to children and families in need.

C

You can donate your books at these locations:

C

Project READ (Sinclair Community College, Building 3, Room 142).  Call ahead (937-461-7323) for curbside pick-up.  No need to park!

C

Project READ Sorting Center (661 Lyons Road, Centerville)

C

* The Greene (outdoor bin at Town Square, across from Victoria's Secret)

C

Whole Foods Market, 1050 Miamisburg-Centerville Road, Centerville

C

* Earl Heck Community Center, 201 N. Main Street, Englewood

C

Tax receipts are provided upon request.

C

Thank you for your support!

C

C

Local bookstore now supports Project READ

C

The Bookstore @ Antiques Village (651 Lyons Road in Centerville) is now a non-profit bookstore supporting Project READ!

C

For many years, family-owned small business Look At A Book has been a generous supporter of Project READ.  In fact, they've donated over 140,000 books to Project READ during the last seven years!  Now they've taken their support to the next level by donating the The Bookstore @ Antiques Village (formerly called Look At A Book) to Friends of Project READ, a non-profit that collects books and raises funds for Project READ.

C

The bookstore will look the same to loyal customers, but there's a big difference: Now 100% of book sale proceeds support Project READ's literacy programs!  Volunteers stock the store with books donated by the community.

C

Please make the bookstore your first choice when buying books at a big discount!  Most new and gently used books are priced 4 for $12, with some books as low as $1.  In addition to saving a lot of money, you will support literacy programs in the Dayton area with every purchase. 

C

C

C

C

C