Hindi’s Libraries Launches World Read Aloud Day Video Initiative
January 4, 2022- Long Island, NY: Hindi’s Libraries, a NY based international nonprofit that donates children’s books around the world is excited to launch the 2022 World Read Aloud Day Video Collaboration.
In celebration of the national holiday which takes place on February 2, 2022, the nonprofit is asking bookworms worldwide to select one of the curated words (found in a list below) that describes the philosophy and mission of the nonprofit and find a children’s book that embodies that idea.
“In years past, we’ve been able to celebrate World Read Aloud Day in schools throughout the country while partnering with children’s authors to help give the gift of literacy on this special day. This year, we’re still offering bookworms across the globe to come together and celebrate not only the power of reading, but the purpose of and meaning behind Hindi’s Libraries,” explains co-founder Leslie Gang
The nonprofit will then release the final video on their social media platforms in honor of World Read Aloud Day.
Words to choose from: community, inspiration, kindness, legacy, gratitude, leadership, volunteer, creativity, determination, teamwork.
Deadline to submit videos: January 25th. All submissions can be emailed to email@example.com
About Hindi’s Libraries: Hindi’s Libraries is an international non-profit organization founded in 2018 in memory of Dr. Hindi Krinsky, beloved educator and mother who passed away due to a complication of Crohn’s Disease in August of 2018. The organization was formed by Dovid Kanarfogel, Hindi’s husband, and Leslie Gang, a former colleague, in order to honor Hindi’s legacy by donating children’s books to families in need or with special needs who can benefit greatly from free reading material. Since its inception, the organization has donated over 225,000 books to more than 650 organizations spanning across all 50 states and international communities in Puerto Rico, Africa, India, Haiti and Israel.