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Amplify Austin 2020
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Amplify Austin 2020

Amplify Austin is an annual 24-hour event that benefits central Texas nonprofits, including Women’s Storybook Project of Texas

Hold a Book and Fund Drive
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Hold a Book and Fund Drive

Students from the Dynamic DIVA Dawgs and Bulldog Bros at Burnet Middle School chose Women’s Storybook Project as their philanthropy project for the 2018-2019 school year. They learned about our work, raised money, collected new books and even volunteered at the Barnes and Noble Holiday Book Drive. Their impact was tremendous! All in all, these students donated $1,000 and over 50 books to WSP. Would your school, civic group, book club or home school group like to hold a book or fund drive? Please contact us to learn more!

Host an Open Book Party
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Host an Open Book Party

Host an Open Book Party - Do you love Women’s Storybook Project? An Open Book Party is the perfect way to share your enthusiasm with your friends, neighbors and colleagues and raise awareness about WSP. You choose the date and time and invite 30-40 people. A WSP representative will give a brief presentation, and our staff will help you every step of the way. Your commitment? Two hours, refreshments, pre-party planning and clean-up.

Freethink video
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Freethink video

Freethink, an internet news organization, made a video showing how mothers connect with their children through reading. One mom states, “I love her, I’m never going to stop loving her - no matter what happens - and I want her to know that.” The simple sharing of a storybook can have a big impact on a family dealing with parental incarceration.

Mom packing envelope
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Mom packing envelope

“I want to personally thank you for this program. It means so much to me and my children. For them to hear Mommy reading to them again, to be able to encourage them to keep reading, and to hear them tell me about their books is so amazing.” Alecia

Children of offenders haven’t committed a crime.
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Children of offenders haven’t committed a crime.

At Women’s Storybook Project, we help incarcerated mothers record stories and messages for their children. For many families, these stories help to strengthen and heal damaged relationships and build hope for the future. By participating in this program, mothers can show their children that they are loved and missed.

Join us at our 4th Annual Luncheon, September 30th.