I've been thinking about ways that I can donate books to people without ACTUALLY handing them to people. I've left them in public places, I've donated to Salvation Army, Goodwill and Battered Women's shelters around town. I've wanted to do World Book Night but it's on my husband's birthday so I haven't actually been able to do it. Then I got an email from KickStarter. How would I like to back a project called Little Free Library? (Here's the link so you can view/back it too)
So I followed the link and BAM! THIS IS WHAT I'VE BEEN LOOKING FOR!
So I reach out to Sarah Maxey and ask her "How can I start my own Little Free Library?" She was very sweet to respond to me right away and direct me to http://www.littlefreelibrary.org/. I went there and got a WEALTH of information including tips on how to collect donations and spur interest in my project.
So far, I've made a Facebook plea to my frienzies for book and money donations. Thinking of making my own Kickstarter but I'm not sure I want it to grow that big. I'm just a humble princess ;)
Let me know if you'd like to help! Thank you in advance!!
(photo courtesy of littlefreelibrary.org)