The Children’s Book Project builds literacy by bringing free books to children who need them since 1992.
The Children’s Book Project is grateful to all in our community who made our 25th year our most successful ever! Together, we:
to more than 1,500 teachers and children’s service providers;
from 700 donors (including 25,000 from 65 book drives);
who make it possible to build literacy by bringing free books to children!
The San Francisco Unified School District recently announced that our book site location will be redeveloped as teacher housing. We’re thrilled for our teachers who will get a chance to live affordably in the city, but now CBP has to find a new home as early as June 2019. If you know of any available, affordable office space in San Francisco—even shared space—please let us know! We’re looking for: 2,000 square feet; ground floor entry (or elevator access); nearby parking; location in San Francisco, ideally in the Bayview, Western Addition, or Outer Mission. Please contact CBP Board President Risa Schwartz with ideas or leads.
Volunteers, Board members, and staff thank all our supporters who joined us on October 1 to celebrate our silver anniversary! We’re grateful for the generosity of our event sponsors, including Sarah Goodwin Illustration & Design, artist Michael Rios, Bi-Rite, Trader Joe’s, Peet’s Coffee & Tea on Cole Street, Arizmendi Bakery, Numi Organic Tea, Sparky’s Fun & Joy, and Playland at 43rd Avenue. Here are a few photos from the celebration:
Yes! We are open for all regular hours listed below, including Memorial Day.
We’ll be closed for our 3 week SUMMER BREAK from June 25-July 13,
reopening Saturday, July 14, for all regular hours.
Dear Children’s Book Project,
Keep going strong. I believe in you! Thank you for the books!Gwen
You have been giving out books to my teacher. I really appreciate it. We need you, so please do not close!Brennan
Congratulations on your 25th year anniversary! You are providing a great resource to so many in need. Graçias!Buen Dia Family School
Our future relies on the education of our children. Thank you, Children’s Book Project, for uniting local community leaders that are committed to promoting literacy amongst our youth.Brianna L.