Our literacy harvest is an opportunity for those who love to read magazines to share them with at-risk readers. For example, we supply your culinary magazines to foodbank culinary job training programs for the homeless and unemployed, and we comfort moms and children in domestic violence shelters, and students and families in homeless shelters with magazines recycled or gifted by consumers and businesses.
For our literacy harvest, we set up collection bins near magazine newsstands and checkout areas, so purchased or recycled magazines can be gifted to our program for delivery to at-risk readers. Customers greatly appreciate finding a way to share the magazines they love with new readers for improving literacy that changes lives for good.
Here’s a story about collecting culinary magazines at a kitchen store in Wisconsin.
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