Westfield Wheaton continues to be a champion for the community by distributing free books provided by Velocity of Books.
Author, Dr. Tomi reads to kids at Westfield Wheaton
Chase Partnership House Rockville, Maryland
Pictured is a Chase Partnership House staff member holding a gift set.
Getty Images donated more than 200 photo book collections to Velocity of Books. Velocity of Books delivered many of those books to the Chase Partnership House, along with wrapping paper and tape. Residents will have the books and materials available to give as gifts to others.
We brought enough copies, so that they will be able to keep one for their own on-site library. The same library that Velocity of Books refreshed in 2016.
Velocity of Books now provides books for the community at the WIC office in
Jack and Julian Thompson, Co-founders of Velocity of Books delivered the first load of books to WIC Wheaton today.
As they were visiting Westfield Wheaton to provide them with hundreds of free books to be be given out to the mall guests over the holidays, Jack and Julian stumbled upon the WIC office in the same building as Westfield management. They offered the WIC office lovely, age appropriate books for their young guests.
It was a joyous occasion knowing that some of the poorest people in our community have access to free books to read to their children. Together, we can shift the tides, empower others and have an impact on poverty.
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For months, 1-800-Got-Junk had been providing our non-profit organization, Velocity of Books with book donations from individuals purging books.
This past Monday 1-800-Got-Junk came to our rescue!
Velocity of Books needed remainder books picked up after a book sale, and driven to a sorting facility an hour away. We emailed them just after 6:00am on a Monday morning and by 8:19am, we were told that they were going to be able to pick up the books and that they weren't going to charge us.
This was an especially big favor. The library which was donating the books needed the books picked up, as they had events planned in the same space where the books were. We had to get the books out by late afternoon.
If the books were not pulled out, this would have hurt the libraries reputation with the community and Velocity of Books reputation with a major donors and all those connected with this donor.
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