Help us support literacy

I’d be willing to bet you first fell in love with books and reading as a child.


Those weekly visits to the public library, or to your school library on a Friday afternoon, to check out a stack of fun books for the weekend.


The exquisite joy of deciding which of the offerings at the Scholastic Book Fair to spend your hard-earned chore money on.


Reading past your bedtime, under the covers, by the light of a flashlight.




We all deserve a peaceful life of enchantment, wonder, and contentment. And there is no question that reading fiction helps us — time and time again — to discover that magical place.


But despite the proven benefits of learning to read — and learning to enjoy reading — at a young age, many children either don’t have books of their own or don’t have easy access to books.


Which is why we support organizations that offer literacy programs for all and that provide books to the children who need them most.



These are two of the organizations we support by donating a portion of our profits:

Our local Carnegie Center for Literacy & Learning “empowers people to explore and express their voices through imaginative learning and the literary arts,” helping all ages through classes and special programs, and helping kids through tutoring programs.

The International Book Project donates thousands of books to organizations helping readers here locally, across the country, and around the world — all from right here in Lexington.