Books Abroad is in the running to receive a share of £500,000 from the Just Transition Participatory Budgeting Fund. To successfully secure this funding, we need your help. Promoting literacy, education and understanding to provide the means of a sustainable escape route from the plight of poverty, since it was established 40 years ago, Books Abroad has saved FOUR million books from going to landfill. The
Congratulation to nine-year-old Grayson Brown, from Fochabers, who has raised £663.02 to send a pallet of books to a Bunono Central Primary School near the south-western Ugandan village of Kisizi. He raised the money through cycling 486 kilometres the equivalent of cycling across Uganda. During the summer Grayson and his family have delivered several car and van loads of books to Books Abroad that he collected
Books Abroad are pleased to announce that their latest shipment has arrived in Mumbai. The container containing about 100,000 books on 38 pallets has been unloaded and the recipient charity Ratan Nidhi Charitable Trust have already started work on the distribution of te books. The value of these books can be seen in their video here.
We have several events coming up over the summer months and we will provide more details later. These events include book stalls and/or information stalls at Fordyce Gardens, Refuel at Fochabers, Rhynie Gala, Lonach Games and Huntly Hairst. Keep an eye on our Facebook page and Twitter account for all the latest information.Another fund raising event that is taking place is being run by 9 year old
We have recently received a £100 donation from Paula in memory of her good friend Ann. On behalf of Books Abroad's Trustees and volunteers we are very sorry to hear this sad news. We remember Ann as a loyal supporter of Books Abroad SCIO charity over many years. "In memory of Ann Millar. A dear friend who will be much missed. Ann's interests included: the pursuit
Joseph, a new young volunteer, at Books Abroad provided us with this report of his volunteering at a bookstall on behalf of Books Abroad at Robert Gordon University: The motivation behind this event was that “charity starts at home”. Therefore, we invited students at the university to take one book from the table that the faculty had donated in return for speaking with them about Books