Once upon a time, there was a magic place called The Book Samaritan. For nearly seventeen years, the fairy godmothers provided families in need with books, curriculum, and supplies so that they could homeschool their children, even if funding was tight.
How to help:
- Book donations: We accept any used books, workbooks, flash cards, kits, DVDs, CD-ROMS, and school supplies. They will be catalogued for immediate redistribution.
- Cash donations: Be assured that 100% of all contributions will be used to purchase much-needed curriculum and cover renter’s insurance for the distribution center.
- Books, curriculum, cash contributions and postage are all tax deductible gifts.
- Please pray for our continued efforts to reach out to homeschooling families through this ministry.
NOTE: Shipping via “Media Mail” is the most inexpensive rate available. Just ask the clerk for the “Media Mail” rate when shipping books, curriculum, or other materials.
If you’re in need of materials, you can send a letter to this organization, along with your children’s grade levels, and they’ll do their best to help you out. Find out more about requesting materials.You’re probably asking, “But what’s the catch?” It’s simple really. When you’re finished with the materials, they don’t want you selling them. They simply request that you send them back so they can be used by other homeschooling families in need.Check it out. The Book Samaritan is a great organization that has already helped many homeschooling families, and The Book Shack will hopefully help many more in the future.
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