IMC teams up with Pratham Books and Youth for Seva to send a box of 100 books to a school library in India, for every 100 boxes shipped! Your subscription now has a added benefit of making a difference in a child's life!
Packing the boxes and shipping out to kids to enjoy got us thinking, why don’t we extend the same joy and love for books that we experience by sending out well-made books to schools that need them? So started our A Book For Every Box mission in partnership with Pratham Books. For every Toka Box we ship, we will set aside one book from Pratham Books’ vast collection of great books in English as well regional Indian languages to be shipped out to a school we identify.
When you subscribe to Toka Box, you can be assured that every box that your child enjoys, there will be a book that a child in India will open to experience a brand new world!
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The school has 100 students from underprivileged families in Karnataka, Tamil Nadu and Andhra Pradesh, especially from single parent and no parent homes. The books were in Kannada and English.
Kalahandi is one of the tribal districts of Odisha. The tribes Kandahar, Paraja, Kul, Dora inhabit the region and their livelihood still depends on the jungle. Our 4th set of 100 books was entirely in Odisha. • Student’s Strength: There are 164 students studying in this school (Class 1st to 7th) • There are 98 students in the hostel. Students are given meals thrice a day. They are also provided with Books, Notebooks, Pens, Blankets, and School Uniforms etc. free of cost.
We shipped our third set of 100 books in hindi and english to the Navajagaran Mandal School, Bankar Village, Firozabad. This is on the outskirts of Agra.
We shipped our second set of 100 books in hindi to the SD Vidyalaya School in Khora Colony, Noida. The total number of students in this school is 700 from grade 1 to grade 8. Students from nearby area attend the school here and most of their parents are Industrial labourers.
We shipped our first 100 books in kannada and english to the GMPS school in Jakkur. Jakkur is a rural area on the outskirts of Bengaluru. Students from nearby slums attend school here. Parents are daily wage labourers, including auto drivers etc. The school has 361 students and classes from grade 1 to grade 7. We are so happy that the volunteer ShobhaJi (a retired professional) received the books and distributed it right away. Also, the school organized a Saraswati Puja in view of the same. :) 100 books mean a lot to them.
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