Would you like to help HHH provide new books and mobile libraries for students and teachers in rural schools? Then HHH has a great opportunity for you!
HHH is seeking to purchase a “mobile library” full of books for every classroom in each of our rural schools. This mobile library full of new books will serve to enhance educational opportunities for students and provide new ways to support teacher curriculums!
“Access to books and educational materials is the single biggest barrier to literacy development in the United States and beyond.”
Haitian leaders requested the creation of school libraries at the Poteau & Tarasse community schools. Since 2013, with the help of sponsors like yourselves, those school libraries have become a favorite spot for students to gather for reading and educational fun.
HHH also supports schools in very rural communities where traditional libraries have not yet been established. With your support, we would be able to offer these rural schools a classroom library which would allow students and teachers (not to mention community members) the enjoyment and pleasures of a library in quite remote communities.
*Neuman, Susan B. and Moland, Naomi. (2016) Book Deserts: The Consequences of Income Segregation on Children’s Access to Print. Urban Education (1-22) Sage Publications.
DONATE in support of new books or a mobile library.
There are two donation options:
Provide payment by using our PayPal or National Christian Giving payment options on our website, noting Library Donation in the note section. Or you can send a check to HHH-Valentine’s Day, 6612 Creedmoor Road, Raleigh, NC 27613
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