Join Ioli in support of Pratham USA Readathon 2015 (Seattle)
Every book I read helps educate a child in India
This is my 1st year participating in Pratham USA Readathon 2015 because I want to help less fortunate children attend Pratham schools and learn to read, write and count well. Millions of Children don’t get basic education in India. I would love to support them and really hope that you can join me in my effort.
Pratham is a not-for-profit organization that is educating millions of kids in India since it was founded in 1995. It is very well known and has won many international awards for its work in child literacy and education. Pratham USA raises funds and awareness in the US for this important cause. Please visit www.prathamusa.org for more information.
Pratham needs only $25 to educate one child for one whole year. I love to read Fantasy and realistic fiction books. My favorite books are Percy Jackson series, Dork diaries and Lunar Chronicles series. When ever I have time, I just sit down with a book . I am so happy that with your donation, my reading will help many other children. I am going to read 25 books. Please support my Readathon by making a donation to Pratham USA today.
-August 1, 2015 – The Ability by M.M. Vaughan
Earlier This Summer:
-Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban by J.K. Rowling
-Whatever After: Sink or Swim by Sarah Mylnowski
P.S. Thank you to Vinaya, Menka, and Ojasvi for supporting this cause!
Pratham USA - Every Child In School and Learning Well
Pratham is the largest not-for-profit organization providing quality education to underprivileged children in India. Pratham uses very low-cost and scalable methods and works in collaboration with the government, local communities, parents, teachers and volunteers across the country to educate millions of children every year. Pratham’s mission is “Every Child in School and Learning Well.”
Pratham USA, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization with a four-star rating (the highest possible) from Charity Navigator accepts tax deductible contributions from U.S. donors to help Pratham continue and expand its work for child literacy and education. For more information, visit www.prathamusa.org.