Our Impact So Far...

Charity Recipients
$1 Mil.+
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Best Friends Animal Society

The Bookworm Box donated money to help animals across the country with food and shelter. 

A Little More about Best Friends Animal Society

For over 30 years, Best Friends Animal Society has been running the nation’s largest no-kill sanctuary for companion animals and building effective programs that reduce the number of animals entering shelters.

The mission of Best Friends Animal Society is to bring about a time when there are No More Homeless Pets. We do this by helping end the killing in America's animal shelters through building community programs and partnerships all across the nation. We believe that by working together we can Save Them All. 

Winchester Rescue Mission

The Bookworm Box donated money to assist in providing shelter, food, clothing and support services to men, women and children that lack a safe, appropriate place to stay. 

A Little More about Winchester Rescue Mission

The Winchester Rescue Mission transforms lives by providing shelter, supportive services, and advocacy to improve and enhance the lives of the poor, powerless and persecuted, to reach their full potential through Christ.​ 

Dolly Parton's Imagination Library

The Bookworm Box donated money to inspire children around the world to Dream More, Learn More, Care More and Be More.

A Little More about Dolly Parton's Imagination Library

In 1995, Dolly Parton launched an exciting new effort, Dolly Parton’s Imagination Library, to benefit the children of her home county in East Tennessee, USA. Dolly’s vision was to foster a love of reading among her county’s preschool children and their families. The new program gave each child a specially selected book each month. By mailing high quality, age appropriate books directly to their homes, Dolly wanted children to be excited about books and to feel the magic that books can create. Moreover, she could ensure that every child would have books, regardless of their family’s income.

Since its launch, Dolly Parton’s Imagination Library has set and surpassed many goals and milestones. National replication, which started in 2000, allowed more and more communities to adopt the program. State-wide coverage was established in Tennessee in 2004. Furthermore, international growth provided expansion in Canada (2006), United Kingdom (2007) and Australia (2014).

The first book order in 1995 totaled just over 1,700. Today, Dolly Parton’s Imagination Library sends more than one million books per month to children around the world inspiring them to Dream More, Learn More, Care More and Be More.

Compass to Care

The Bookworm Box donated money to assist families with life-saving cancer treatment for their children.

A Little More about Compass to Care

Compass to Care, a 501(c)(3) charitable organization, ensures all families can access life-saving cancer treatment for their children.They carry out this mission by scheduling and paying for travel arrangements to the hospital where a child is being treated for cancer. Ultimately, they give children the best access to life-saving cancer treatment, regardless of the family’s financial situation.​ 

Siena Francis House

The Bookworm Box donated items to help Siena Francis House care for the hundreds of homeless men and women who seek their services every day.

A Little More about Siena Francis House

Founded in 1975, the Siena Francis House is Nebraska’s largest shelter and is located in three facilities at 17th & Nicholas Streets in downtown Omaha, Nebraska. The Siena Francis House provides emergency overnight shelter for individuals experiencing homelessness. The Siena Francis House also provides food to the homeless through our Meal Provider Program, clothing, and case management outreach services through our day services program.

Additionally, the Siena Francis House operates a residential addiction recovery program, aptly named our “Miracles” Treatment Center.

The Siena Francis House also provides facility space for personnel from the Visiting Nurse Association (VNA), Charles Drew Health Center, Creighton University Medical Center & Medical School, Community Alliance, and Legal Aid of Nebraska, all of whom provide medical and mental health care services and legal assistance to our homeless guests.

Exercising a policy of unconditional acceptance, the Siena Francis House is dedicated to providing all of our services to the poor and homeless with the respect and dignity they deserve, including those viewed as “most difficult to serve”— the chronically addicted and mentally ill homeless persons who may not currently be in treatment or taking medication. All of our services are provided at no cost to our guests.

Jehova Jireh Food Pantry

The Bookworm Box donated money to help maintain the mobile pantry.

A Little More about Jehova Jireh Food Pantry

 We are a non-profit, 501c3 organization EIN 83-1600576. We are a non denominational food pantry that is Jesus based. Our goal is helping families in the community with food and sharing the love of Jesus to each and everyone. 

Broadway Theatre Arts

The Bookworm Box donated money to provide children and teens a safe place to grow and explore their creativity and to instill confidence and build self-esteem through the magic of performing arts.

A Little More about Broadway Theatre Arts

Founded in 2002, Broadway Theatre Arts Academy has been striving to provide theatrical opportunities to kids age 5-19 years old. Our programs provide children and teens a safe place to grow and explore their creativity, instill confidence and build self-esteem through the magic of performing arts. BTAA offers all of this to children regardless of gender, religion, ethnic background, sexual orientation and economic status. In fact, we offer opportunities to low income and at risk youth through scholarship and outreach programs that would not normally be able to afford this type of program. 

Sustaining Grace Recovery

The Bookworm Box donated money to assist in providing shelter, food and clothing to those affected by the EF4 tornado that hit Mississippi. 

A Little More about Sustaining Grace Recovery

Sustaining Grace Recovery Ministry, a non-profit Christian organization that helps people overcome addictions through an effective recovery process.

Easter Sunday, Wikipedia reports that 134 tornadoes touched down across 10 states. The strongest tornado occurred in southern Mississippi and Mississippi has declared a state of emergency.

Sustaining Grace Recovery has told us that  that they are assisting 200+ families with food, shelter and other necessities to help the families get through this difficult time.  

Child Savers

The Bookworm Box donated money to help children with mental health services. 

A Little More about Child Savers

ChildSavers is the only nonprofit in Virginia using a coordinated prevention and intervention model to prepare children for school, address mental health, and recover from trauma.

Nearly 100 years ago, ChildSavers was established as the Children’s Memorial Clinic in memory of Dr. McGuire Newton, one of Richmond’s first pediatricians. Martha Patteson Bowie (Mrs. Melville C.) Branch connected concerned citizens to create an innovative agency “for the purpose of giving complete physical and mental examinations, free of charge, to all children who may need the same.” We were one of the first ten child guidance clinics in the United States, and the first in the South, and we are the oldest provider of mental health services for children in the metro Richmond area licensed by the Virginia Department of Behavioral Health and Developmental Services. As our knowledge grows and the community changes, we adopt new models and best practices to meet the needs of children. 

Hanna 4 Hope

The Bookworm Box donated money to help bring awareness to teen suicide through workshops, schools and community partnerships.

A Little More about Hanna 4 Hope

Hanna4Hope takes a multi-pronged approach to addressing teen suicide. Suicide prevention workshops, school-based assemblies, teen committees, student clubs, guest speakers and community partnerships serve to deliver the message and empower participants to recognize the warning signs and seek help to prevent suicide attempts.  

Hanna4Hope's core programs align with the CDC's recommended prevention strategy of relationship building. "At the level of individual contentedness, a very clear pathway is that in times of stress, the number and quality of social ties people have can directly influence their access to social support -- regardless of whether that support is instrumental or emotional, actual or perceived." (Strategic Direction for the Prevention of Suicidal Behaviors)

Hanna4Hope is the only organization in North Texas that directly trains teens, and those that care for them, as resources and methods for teens contemplating suicide due to depression, trauma or impulsive decision making. Partnering with Children’s Health, Hanna4Hope provides intensive three-hour workshops that provide participants with a thorough understanding of suicide prevention based on best practices.  Workshop attendees include teens, parents, community leaders and educators throughout North Texas.   

Carlson Leslie Foundation

The Bookworm Box donated money to help find a cure for the most prevalent childhood brain cancer.

A Little More about Carlson Leslie Foundation

Who is the Carlson Leslie Foundation?

The Carson Leslie Foundation is dedicated to raising funds for research leading to a cure for pediatric cancer and enriching the lives of teens in the battle.

ENCOURAGE - teens in the battle
RESEARCH - childhood brain #cureMEdullo medulloblastoma
AWARENESS/ACTION - federal, state, local

Open Arms of Minnesota

The Bookworm Box donated money to provide Open Arms of Minnesota clients 2 months worth of meals.

A Little More about Open Arms of Minnesota

Open Arms, we nourish body, mind and soul

It’s a simple notion: people who are sick should not be without food. Yet every day people in our community with life-threatening illnesses find themselves unable to shop or cook — and, often, without the support network to help.

That’s where we come in. Open Arms of Minnesota is a nonprofit that cooks and delivers free, nutritious meals to people living with life-threatening illnesses in the Twin Cities. 

Cafe Momentum

The Bookworm Box donated money to help provide at-risk youth another opportunity for job training, employment and mentorship opportunities.

A Little More about Cafe Momentum

Café Momentum, a Dallas-based restaurant and culinary training facility, transforms young lives by equipping our community’s most at-risk youth with life skills, education and employment opportunities to help them achieve their full potential. 

Red Rover

The Bookworm Box donated money to provide urgent veterinary care to animals in need.

A Little More about Red Rover

RedRover staff and volunteers provide temporary emergency sheltering, resources, financial assistance and emotional support when animals and people are in crisis. We empower educators to help kids develop empathy and awareness of animals’ well-being and increase awareness about the importance of the human-animal bond. 

Gracie's Gowns

The Bookworm Box donated money to Gracie’s Gowns to sponsor gown requests and help children waiting to receive a special gown of their own.

A Little More about Gracie's Gowns

Gracie’s Gowns makes and distributes custom, personalized, homemade hospital gowns, free of charge, for children with chronic and life-threatening illnesses throughout the United States and across the globe. 

Camp Fire Green Country

The Bookworm Box donated money to help support for their Community Building Clubs which provide small group mentoring through schools and community partners to under-served youth resulting in outcomes of improved social emotional skills.

A Little More about Camp Fire Green Country

Camp Fire transitioned from a mission statement to a Promise in order to more proactively reflect our commitment to those we serve: "Young people want to shape the world. Camp Fire provides the opportunity to find their spark, lift their voice and discover who they are. In Camp Fire it begins now. Light the fire within."

Holding Tiny Hands Foundation

The Bookworm Box donated money to assist in support services for parents and their little one(s) during their NICU stays. These support services include: Tiny Treasure Gift Bags, Meals for Moms and Dads and Educational Outreach.

A Little More about Holding Tiny Hands Foundation

Holding Tiny Hands is made up of former preemie parents who know what it's like to have a baby in the NICU where you are forced to redefine your role as a parent. Instead of protecting your unborn baby in the womb, you watch him fight for his life as he is hooked up to machines with countless tubes and wires coming from his tiny, alien-like body. Instead of feeding her, you watch her receive her nutrients through a tube. Instead of clothing him, you know that he is dressed only in a diaper should something happen that would require immediate access to him. Instead of keeping her from harm, you watch the nurse prick her heal for the eighth time that day to retrieve blood for tests. Instead of hearing him cry, you can only see him cry because of the ventilator tube down his throat. Instead of holding her, you provide what little comfort you can with your hands through the holes of the isolate. Only another parent who has walked through this storm can truly understand what it's like for the parent currently facing these challenges. These are the parents of Holding Tiny Hands, providing encouragement, strength, and hope.

Mount Olivet Rolling Acres

Mount Olivet Rolling Acres needed a donation to update the pole barn on the property for their Andover Your Support Home they would like to utilize as a field house for the kids. In order to do that, they needed to have a concrete floor installed, get the building insulated and have electricity run to the building and have lights and heaters installed. Once they get the building set up then they are going to use the space for physical activities for the kids.

A Little More about Mount Olivet Rolling Acres

Mount Olivet Rolling Acres provides support for individuals with disabilities and mental health diagnoses. Our mission is to enhance personal growth for people with disabilities and mental heal diagnoses by offering unique services supported by a caring, dedicated and knowledgeable team. Their goals are: to prevent hospital stays for children, to reunify children with their family, to provide support to the family, to help children achieve mental health stabilization and learn coping skills, and to help children learn life skills and routines to set them up for success.

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Now I Lay Me Down To Sleep

The Bookworm Box donated $3000. $1,500 donated by bookworms and we matched $1,500

A Little More about Now I Lay Me Down To Sleep

The Now I Lay Me Down to Sleep mission is to introduce remembrance photography to parents suffering the loss of a baby with the free gift of professional portraiture. We believe these images serve as an important step in the family's healing process by honoring their child's legacy.  These are provided for free thanks to donations.

How the Bookworm Box is Making an Impact

Design Outreach

The Bookworm Box donation was able to purchase a water pump that will provide safe and clean water for everyone in a village in Haiti.

A Little More about Design Outreach

Design Outreach is a Christian humanitarian engineering nonprofit committed to developing life-sustaining solutions that alleviate global poverty. The founders, who are engineers by trade, realized that 90 percent of the world's products are made for 10 percent of the world's population who live in first-world countries. Deeply moved by the challenges they witnessed firsthand while on mission trips in various countries, they desired to use their engineering skills and expertise to design innovative technologies to improve the lives of the world's poor.

Sleep in Heavenly Peace

The Bookworm Box money towards buying supplies to make beds, mattresses, stuffed animals, books and bedding to the kids on the Sleep in Heavenly Peace waitlist.

A Little More about Sleep in Heavenly Peace

Sleep in Heavenly Peace believes that a bed is a basic need for the proper physical, emotional and mental support that a child needs. When it was brought to our attention that the need for beds went far beyond our own neighborhoods, we stepped up and took initiative. We’re a national organization answering the call to a national problem.

World Orphan Fund

The Bookworm Box donated to a project for developmentally delayed children. Children come to homes at very young ages, victims of abuse, neglect, malnourishment, or trauma. Any one of these can lead to complex problems in learning and development. Helping children with these conditions early is critical as 90% of brain development occurs before age 5. With early intervention we can change their lives forever. 

A Little More about World Orphan Fund

The World Orphan Fund was founded in 2011 as an all volunteer organization with no overhead, staff, or administrative expenses. 100% of donations go directly to fund projects to aid orphaned children. Board members cover their own travel and administrative costs while sponsors agree to cover the cost of our events. 

We have visited 16 countries and 80 homes, and with God’s grace and amazing donors in the U.S., we’ve been able to fund more than 60 projects. Our donors have helped launch vocational training and transition programs, provided housing and therapy to special needs children, removed arsenic from water and solved many other challenges. 

The Turban Project

The Bookworm Box donated money towards the purchase of supplies to make turbans, courage caps, beanies, crochet/knit hats, scarves, and reusable medical face masks.

A Little More about The Turban Project

The Turban Project is a ministry started by the 4th Degree Knights of Columbus Assembly #0830. They provide free headwear for patients who have lost their hair due to medical reasons. Each angel volunteer prays while working on the items knowing a patient will be receiving it. We are blessed with many loving volunteers who had their diverse personalities to their creations. All head wear is blessed by a priest or minister before delivery to patients or treatment centers. The Turban Project has stocked 33 hospitals and have created and donated over 40,880 turbans, courage caps, beanies, crochet/knit hats, scarves and reusable medical face masks since June of 2012.

Louisiana Cajun Navy

The Bookworm Box matched funds donated by the community to raise over $50,000

A Little More about Louisiana Cajun Navy

We don't wait for the help, We are the help! We the people of Louisiana refuse to stand by and wait for help in the wake of disasters in our state and the country. We rise up to unite and help rescue our neighbors! Our mission is to help the people who can't get help, not only in the wake of disaster, but in everyday life.

The Last Well

The Bookworm Box donated money to help fund clean drinking water to a village in Liberia.

A Little More about The Last Well

Worldwide, roughly 748 million people lack access to clean drinking water. That’s over twice the population of the U.S. using dirty, disease-filled water for cooking, cleaning, drinking, washing and more. Nearly half of those in need are in sub-Saharan Africa where Liberia is located. Nearly one million of those live in Liberia. As a result, tens of thousands die every year around the world from preventable, water-related disease. Our mission is to provide access to safe-drinking water for the entire nation of Liberia, border to border, and offer the gospel to every community we serve, by 2020. 

NICU Helping Hands

The Bookworm Box donated money towards costs to help the families that have requested an Angel Gown.

A Little More about NICU Helping Hands

NICU Helping Hands’ Angel Gown® Program began in 2013 because we recognized there was an overwhelming need for better support for families who lost a baby. Our Angel Gown® Program provides comfort for bereaved families through the gift of a beautiful custom made gown for final photos and for burial services. We provide support resources and mentoring programs for bereaved families as well. There is no greater gift that can be given to a grieving family than affirming the importance of the life of their child by offering the simple gift of our Angel Gown® Garments and supporting them emotionally and educationally afterwards.

Safehouse Denver

The Bookworm Box donated money towards the shelter to help women in need.

A Little More about Safehouse Denver

Established in 1977, SafeHouse Denver is the only agency in the City and County of Denver that provides both emergency shelter and non-residential counseling and advocacy services to adults, children and youth experiencing intimate partner violence. SafeHouse Denver assists adults, children, and youth in reclaiming their right to a life free from domestic violence.

Kids at Heart

The Bookworm Box donated money to sponsor teens attending Camp Teen Fundango.

A Little More about Kids at Heart

Kids at Heart believes every child deserves a family and the opportunity to be successful. Their programs seek to establish positive networks of support for their children and families. 

Read Alliance

The Bookworm Box was able to donate money toward the purchase of books and supplies needed to  help provide one-to-one tutoring in foundational reading skills.

A Little More about Read Alliance

Read Alliance works to improve the educational trajectory of underserved, early elementary students through the power of teen leaders who provide one-to-one tutoring in foundational reading skills.

Read Alliance provides students with he building blocks to academic success. While early literacy remains at the core of our mission, our unique model also employs teens to tutor their younger peers, tackling a secondary challenge of your unemployment, particularly among low-income, young people of color.

Carl Perkins Center

The Bookworm Box donated money to help Carl Perkins Exchange continue to provide much needed services to the community. It takes a community of caring individuals to make a difference in the lives of these children and families. By donating, we invested lives to change futures and give hope for generations to come. 

A Little More about Carl Perkins Center

Carl Perkins Centers mission is to provide support to families in preventing and dealing with child abuse in West Tennessee and to help both parents and children meet the practical needs of preserving and improving the quality of family life.


The Bookworm Box donated money to support WriteGirl’s efforts of supporting 350 girls each year. 

A Little More about WriteGirl

WriteGirl is a Los Angeles-based creative writing and mentoring organization that spotlights the power of a girl and her pen. At WriteGirl, we match girls with women writers who mentor them in creative writing. WriteGirl is a thriving community with 200 volunteer women writers serving more than 500 girls annually. Every year, we produce dozens of workshops, panel discussions and special events to help girls get creative, get through high school and get to college! In fact, since 2001, 100% of our graduating seniors have entered college, many on full or partial scholarships.

Sole Hope

The Bookworm Box donated money to towards the costs of making 20,000 shoes per year!

A Little More about Sole Hope

Sole Hope exists to offer HOPE, healthier lives and freedom from foot related diseases through education, jobs and medical relief. By doing this, adults who need work get paid by Sole Hope to make the Sole Hope shoe for children in villages in the Busoga region. By not wearing closed-toed shoes, children and adults alike are becoming ill due to diseases (specifically a parasite called jiggers) that enter through the feet and rob the body of the little nutrition it has. This can also cause secondary infections like tetanus and gangrene. Many lose their childhood to this parasite and others are unable to attend school because their feet have been so badly mutilated by jiggers.

Sunshine on a Ranney Day

The Bookworm Box donated money towards the renovation room for a child in need.

A Little More about Sunshine on a Ranney Day

Sunshine on a Ranney Day is a nonprofit organization that renovates homes for children with special needs using top of the line construction and design. Through partnerships and donors we provide no cost wheelchair accessible bathrooms, dream bedrooms and in home therapy rooms.

The League of Yes

The Bookworm Box donated money to sponsor players on the team.

A Little More about The League of Yes

The League of Yes’ mission is to establish and sustain baseball programs for people (of all ages) with disabilities. Our objective is to provide an opportunity for those individuals to experience the joy and benefits that come from playing our national pastime. 

Our aim is to help the league’s players develop social skills and increase self esteem, while promoting community support and sponsorship for the league.

We believe everyone deserves the chance to play baseball!

Gina McReynolds Foundation

The Bookworm Box donated money to assist families of breast cancer victims. 

A Little More about Gina McReynolds Foundation

The Gina McReynolds Foundation is a 501c3 non-profit organization focused on providing aid to families of breast cancer victims through financial support and financial counseling while upholding Gina McReynolds’ inspirational attitude as a loving wife, mother, and fighter, determined to leave a legacy of giving.

Cystic Fibrosis Foundation

The Bookworm Box donated money to support the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation in their efforts to pursue a lifelong cure for this fatal disease, fund development of new therapies, and help all people with CF live full, productive lives. 

A Little More about Cystic Fibrosis Foundation

The mission of the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation is to cure cystic fibrosis and to provide all people with the disease the opportunity to lead full, productive lives by funding research and drug development, promoting individualized treatment, and ensuring access to high-quality, specialized care.


Each day, it is estimated that more than 5 children die as a result of child abuse, and child abuse is reported on average every 10 seconds. That’s over 3 million reports per year. The Bookworm Box donated to Childhelp we can help to end this cycle of abuse and neglect.

A Little More about Childhelp

At Childhelp, our goal is to meet the physical, emotional, educational, and spiritual needs of abused, neglected and at-risk children. We focus our efforts on prevention, intervention, treatment, and community outreach. Childhelp programs and services help children from any situation and let them experience the life they deserve: one filled with love. The principle theme across all of our programs is to provide children we serve with an environment of compassion and kindness

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Feeding America

The Bookworm Box donated money to help children and families living in America that face hunger every day.

A Little More about Feeding America

In a country that wastes billions of pounds of food each year, it's almost shocking that anyone in America goes hungry. Yet every day, there are millions of children and adults who do not get the meals they need to thrive. Feeding America works to get nourishing food – from farmers, manufacturers, and retailers – to people in need. At the same time, they also seek to help the people we serve build a path to a brighter, food-secure future.


The Bookworm Box donated money towards providing thousands of Veterans with continuous opportunities to reintegrate into their communities through sports, community service, events and partnership.

A Little More about VETSports

Founded in 2012 by three combat Veterans, VETSports aims to set the standard for how to improve Veteran's physical, mental, and emotional health through sports, physical activity, and community involvement. 

Action for Autism

The Bookworm Box donated money towards the enrollment fees of students in the program.

A Little More about Action for Autism

ACTION FOR AUTISM (AFA) recognizes that nearly 1 in every 68 children born today will be diagnosed with autism. In addition to increasing awareness and educating people about autism, we view our mission as one of continually striving to work with individuals, families, and organizations to see that anyone with autism should, to the extent possible, receive therapies, resources, and support to help them attain their highest potential. 

Focus + Fragile Kids

The Bookworm Box donated money to help a child with a disability to purchase a wheelchair accessible van.

A Little More about Focus + Fragile Kids

FOCUS + Fragile Kids is here to help children who are medically fragile or have significant developmental and/or physical disabilities. We comfort with hospital visits and support groups, offer hope by information and education, provide fun activities for parents and kids and help to make equipment available to children in need.

Lupus Foundation of America

The Bookworm Box donated money to support the quality of life for people with lupus through research, education and advocacy. 

A Little More about Lupus Foundation of America

The Lupus Foundation of America is the only national force devoted to solving the mystery of lupus, one of the world’s cruelest, most unpredictable and devastating diseases, while giving caring support to those who suffer from its brutal impact.

Hayden’s Heart

The Bookworm Box donated money to help support families that need assistance with medical bills and travel expenses.

A Little More about Hayden’s Heart

Hayden's Heart is a non-profit 501(c)(3) that has been created to honor Hayden Jeter Dorsett. Our mission with his foundation is to raise CHD awareness and to keep Hayden's Memory alive by helping families affected by CHD.

We achieve this goal by hosting several fundraisers each year in memory of Hayden. While planning each event, we choose a fellow heart family whose child is beating the odds against CHD but whose family could also benefit from financial help towards outstanding medical bills, travel expenses and just every day living. Unfortunately health insurance companies do not always cover all medical procedures, hospital stays, or medicines and equipment that need to be available for home care. In addition to those expenses, several families must travel far distances to ensure their child is receiving care from the absolute best hospitals, giving their warrior the best fighting chance. Because of this, we have decided to make it our mission to support these families both financially and emotionally.

Stand for Families Free of Violence

The Bookworm Box donated money to STAND! to help with costs of children’s therapy, childcare and children’s educational programs to abused children and those affected by domestic violence.

A Little More about Stand for Families Free of Violence

STAND! For Families Free of Violence is committed to promoting safe and strong families. Our approach to eliminating family violence is well-rounded and community-wide. In addition to providing a complete spectrum of prevention, intervention, and treatment programs, we also enlist the efforts of local residents, partners, and institutions, all of whom are striving with us to stop domestic violence and child abuse.

The Road Home

The Bookworm Box donated money to provide life saving shelter and services offered at The Road Home.

A Little More about The Road Home

The mission of The Road Home is to help people step out of homelessness and back into our community. We envision people moving seamlessly from the cold streets into warm housing; from despair and alienation toward home and inclusion. We envision a community that recognizes the inherent dignity of those who live in poverty and homelessness. The Road Home workd with all of our partners to realize this vision.

Sarah’s Circle

The Bookworm Box donated books for the women at Sarah’s Circle.

A Little More about Sarah’s Circle

Sarah’s Circle is a refuge for women who are homeless or in need of a safe space. By providing life necessities, housing, case management, clinical and social services, we encourage women to empower themselves by rebuilding both emotionally and physically; realizing their unique potential.