The Bookworm Box was built on the foundation of spreading the good, so 100% of the profit after overhead costs will be donated to a different charity each month. We are in the process of selecting and verifying the charities that are close to our hearts and that we feel will benefit the most from this program. If you have a charity in mind, feel free to email us at

Please keep in mind that the charity you suggest must be an established charity and cannot be an individual. Due to the amount of emails we receive, we will not respond to notify you if the charity you suggested has been chosen as a featured charity. We will update charities prior to the months they will be featured.

If you would like to donate to one of the charities listed below, you can contact the charity directly to send in your donation.  You can also use the "donate now" button at the top of this page to donate to The Bookworm Box.

As of December 31, 2016 we have donated approximately $750,000 to charity.

2nd Quarter (April - June)
Good to Go Mobile, Inc., Pink Ladies of Southern Illinois, South County Outreach,  Texoma Community Center, Seabury, Wylie Preparatory Academy April, A Special Wish Foundation, Apostles of the Sacred Heart, Hopkins County Special Olympics, Read Alliance, Design Outreach, Read Alliance, Reach Out & Read, SS Senior Citizens Center, BSTEM, Rotary Club, New Life
1st Quarter (January - March)
FurKids Animal Shelter, Palmetto Place Children’s Shelter/Junior League of Columbia SC, Girl Scout Diamonds, SoCal Boxer Rescue, Pitiful Paws Rescue, NOVAC, The White Helmets,  Hopkins County Cultural Heritage, STAIR, Cubby ISD, Robotics, Big Rock Outreach Program, Gracie’s Gowns, Parents as Teachers (PAT), The Exchange Club - Carl Perkins Center, Sulphur Springs Work Camp, Chamber of Commerce/Spring Fever Bike Rally, Hopkins County UPRA Rodeo, Ozark Book Fest, Caldwell Elementary, Literacy Program,  Portfolio Resident Services, Avon 39 Walk Against Breast Cancer, Be That Girl, Learn To Live. Global Actors Youth Theatre, The Church Royse City, The Dinner Bell, Guatemala Orphanage, Sandshore Home & School Partnership, WIC Sulphur Springs, Hopkins County Special Olympics, Hot August Nights,  One by One Animal Advocates, The Net Charter High School, Good to Go Mobile Kitchen, The Pilot Club SS, One by One Animal Advocates, The NET Charter School, Good to Go Mobile, Inc. Pink Ladies of Southern Illinois, South County Outreach, Texoma Community Center

Healthcare Foundation, Feeding America, Save the Children, MAC Foundation, Texas A&M; University Commerce, UT Student Vet Association, The Dinner Bell, Cystic Fibrosis Foundation, Meningioma Mommas, Girls Inc of Dothan, Child Help, Family Service Organization, Christian Restoration (female vets housing), Penned Con - Action for Autism, Texas Agrilife, Discovery Toys, The Rotary Club, No Place for Hate, Margie Long Scholarship Fund, Leukemia & Lymphona Society, The Family Service Bureau of Newark, Soul Brothers Foundation, Buddy Bench, The Turban Project for cancer patients, Tulsa Youth Rowing Association, The Auto-inflammatory Alliance, The Gina McReynolds Foundation, Now I Lay Me Down to Sleep, Hot August Nights - Fireman challenge, Junior League of Longview, Relay for Life, Harmony House Domestic Violence Shelter, NF Family Foundation, Dayspring Therapeutic Equestrian Center, Texas Oilfield Angels, Books for MK's, The League of Yes, Victory Life Ministry, Hopkins County Cultural Heritage, Friends & Vets Helping Vets, Greater Victory Initiative of Tyler, Camp Fire Greer County, KETR Sponsorship, Sunshine on a Ranney Day, Simi Valley Little League Challenger Division, Veteran Memorial Fund, A Dollar Campaign (Pediatric Cancer Research), Haystack Choir, Sponsorship for Christmas program, Bella Bowman Foundation, Reach Out and Read, SON Foundation, NMDR, Hope Kids, Brightstar Baseball (building handicap accessible baseball fields), Kerry Garmon Scholarship Fund, Recon & Sniper Foundation, West Virginia United Way (flood victims), Help-A-Child, Sit-Stay-Read, CASSY, Service Dogs, Inc., Walk to End Lupus, JDRF Indiana, Sole Hope, Child Savers, Glow Run/Walk (Miller Grove), Girl Scouts, Domestic Violence Intervention Services, Porchlight Project, Holly Hill Elementary School,  Rusk County Child Advocacy Center, Vietnamese-American Community,  Hopkins County Healthcare Foundation,  Dog Ranch Rescue,  TheraCare Foundation, Hearts of Life Animal Rescue, Salfid Rescue, Mutual Ground, Inc., United Way New Orleans (flood victims), We Pay fundraiser, Angel Gowns Foundation, Mother Culture Club, Turkey Trot Sponsorship, Hopkins County United Way, Norristown Area High School Choir, Christmas Program (donations for Christmas gifts), Write Girls, Sister Babyz Angel Gifts, Big Class, UNITY, New Destinations, Rusk County Children's Advocacy Center

2015 Donations
Cystic Fibrosis Foundation - South Carolina Chapter, in honor of Joey Benton, Lake Charles, Louisiana branch of The American Heart Association in honor of Britt Campbell who suffers from a defect called Total Anomalous Pulmonary Venous Return, Hayden’s Heart in memory of Hayden Jeter Dorsett, Walk for a Cure, The Sulphur Springs Rotary Club, The National Brain Tumor Society (In Honor & In Memory list posted on our FB page), The Rose Foundation, Steven's Quilts for Kids,, Pulminary Hypertension Association,, Camp Quality USA, Holding Tiny Hands, Camp Encourage, Mount Vernon Cares, Walk to End Lupus. July 2015- Hearts of Life Animal Rescue, No Kid Hungry, Haystack Choir, The School of Metaphysics, Victory Life Ministries, August 2015- United Way, Women In Literary Arts, Fragile Kids September 2015- Avon 39 Walk to End Breast Cancer, Lifeguards Without Borders,, Make A Wish Foundation,, October 2015- Toys for Tots, Salvation Army Christmas Assistance, Camp Pearl, District 4 Extension Agency, Yantis ISD November 2015- School of Metaphysics, December Christmas Toys-R-Us Gift Card Fund ($52,000) December 2015- Hopkins County Memorial Hospital, MPower.Now,,, TAMU Commerce Scholarship Fund

*The Bookworm Box does not receive funding from outside sources. All monies received from subscriptions are used to reimburse overhead costs, such as books, packing supplies, paid employees, etc. 100% of the remaining profit is then donated to charity at the end of each monthly bookworm cycle.