Posted on November 14, 2018 at 4:00 PM by Sadye Scott-Hainchek

Those of us moved by the terrifying wildfires in California can put our sympathy to good use.

Never Counted Out, a movement launched by a novelist to empower young people through writing and the arts, has put out a call for donations — specifically, books, school supplies, or gift cards for kids.

Anything marked with “#CampFire” will be set aside for victims of that tragedy, and supporters are encouraged to use the hashtag #kidlitforcampfire on social media.

Categories: Today in Books

Our school is organizing a book swap and anticipate to have MANY leftover new and gently used books - both for elementary age, middle school age and some adult. Are you still accepting donations? Thank you for your response!
Lindsay Obringer | 2/21/19 at 12:30 PM
We have collected over a thousand books, sorted by age/grade levels, packed and ready to hand out to kids of camp fire relief. Can you help??
Melodie Johnson | | 1/20/19 at 3:20 PM
Hi Leslie, the address in the article that the post links to is: Eunice Charlton C/O Never Counted Out 1692 Mangrove Ave #2010 Chico, CA 95926
The Fussy Librarian | 1/16/19 at 7:47 AM
I have Usborne books (new from company) to donate...just need an address. Thank you
Leslie Flanders | 1/16/19 at 6:16 AM
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