As a non-profit, our project is heavily reliant on volunteers.
If you think you have skills we could use, please get in touch.
We need local experts with the knowledge to help us find suitable projects all over the world. If you live in a country in which children are experiencing difficulties, either with their education, or with life circumstances, and you would like to get involved, please get in touch. As well as local initiatives, we also need to find printers and volunteers to brief these printers, so that we can produce our books close to where they are needed. Particularly valuable are volunteers who can help us find grants or sponsorship for educational projects such as ours.
Many of our projects include storytelling and reading aloud to bring our stories to life. Reading with children is an important part of our programs. If you would like to offer your services as a storyteller or as a reader – either in the UK or in the US as part of our Share Literacy programs – or in other countries, please get in touch.
We aim to make books available in as many languages as we can. This means that we are constantly searching for translators who are willing to donate their time. If your first language is a language other than English and you think our books should be translated into this language, please let us know. As well as the books themselves we are often looking to translate support materials for teachers and families.
It will come as no surprise that much of our time is taken up thinking of ways to raise funds, so that we can continue our work. We always need fundraisers, and people who can connect us with sponsors for our programs. Please let us know if you would like to help.
Social media volunteers
When it comes to spreading the word of what we do, social media is an important publicity tool. Any help in sharing our posts, commenting on our activities and connecting us with like-minded people and projects is invaluable to us. If you think you can help us, please get in touch.
“What you do makes a difference, and you have to decide what kind of difference you want to make.”
Dr Jane Goodall