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What we Do
We Save Books

We Save Books

We Save Books initiative exists because every year, a decent percentage of solid waste comes from books that are tossed, learn more

We Donate Books

We Donate Books

We Donate Books initiative exists to ensure that everyone has access to free proper educational materials learn more

Volunteering Opportunities

Volunteering Opportunities

We offer voluntary work placement opportunities to give people the chance to develop a range of skills learn more

Shared Reading and Reminiscence for Wellbeing

Shared Reading and Reminiscence for Wellbeing

Shared reading and reminiscence activities for those impacted by emotional distress, loneliness, social isolation learn more

Writing For Wellbeing

Writing For Wellbeing

Writing for the purpose of putting thoughts and feelings into words to build emotional resilience and enhance overall wellbeing learn more

The Literacy Project

The Literacy Project

Support for struggling readers to become fundamentally proficient and more self-confident in reading learn more

EAL Support for Refugees And Asylum Seekers

EAL Support for Refugees And Asylum Seekers

Refugee and asylum-seeking children and young people in Britain, like other new arrivals, are a very diverse group, learn more

Shared Reading and Reminiscence for Wellbeing

How Does Reading Change the Brain?

Philip Davis is Emeritus Professor of English Literature at the University of Liverpool. His book, Reading for Life, is an account of the work done by his research unit, the Centre for Research into Reading, Literature and Society

Karin Kukkonen on Reading

 

 

Thanks to a link-up with the Sunderland Literacy Aid group, old pictures from the 1970s and 1980s are being used in homes to help people reminisce.

https://www.sunderlandecho.com/news/people/how-sunderland-echo-archives-are-helping-wearside-elderly-overcome-loneliness-2451724

 

 

 

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