Thousands of Books Donated to Richmond Kindergarten Students

Jun 12, 2016 | 0 Comments

The sixth annual Richmond Book Giveaway helped distribute thousands of books to underserved kids in Richmond. In total, there were 4,000 books distributed to 1,400 kindergarten students.

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Literacy Lab Receives NBC BAY AREA, NBCUNIVERSAL FOUNDATION AWARD for $25,000 to support Social Innovation in Early Education.

Dec 10, 2014 | 0 Comments

By focusing on social innovation, the competitive grant program encourages nonprofit organizations to move people and communities forward in new and innovative ways. The winning organizations put forth programs that address the Bay Area’s emerging and ongoing needs in creative ways, including reducing air pollution, embracing technology for education and transforming the way low-income students learn how to read.

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Digital4Literacy Program Wins Google Impact Challenge

Jun 02, 2014 | 0 Comments

Google announced on June 2nd that Bring Me A Book is selected as one of four winners of the Google Bay Area Impact Challenge. The news was delivered following a 10-day period of voting. Bring Me A Book will receive a $500,000 grant to expand its Digital4Literacy pilot program, which will enable the organization to serve over 450 new low-income children by providing pre-loaded tablets and 40,000 eBooks, and parent and teacher trainings and workshops, in the next three years.


Bring Me A Book Team Wins Morgan Stanley Strategy Challenge

Jun 20, 2013 | 0 Comments

Bring Me A Book and a team of Morgan Stanley professionals have won the fifth annual Strategy Challenge, Morgan Stanley’s signature skills-based volunteer program providing nonprofits with pro bono strategic consulting. Bring Me A Book works to strengthen the language and literacy skills of California’s underserved children. Based in Mountain View, Calif., the nonprofit has served over 500,000 children, parents and...


Oakland Parents Together Honors Mialisa Bonta

Jun 21, 2013 | 0 Comments

Oakland Parents Together honored "champions of the community." including Mialisa Bonta, executive director of Bring Me A book, at the organization's 13th annual gala celnc. and Planned Parentgood Mar Monte in 2006.