Tucson, Arizona 2021-06-13 19:39:56 –
Tucson, Arizona (KGUN) — Curly Anderson is a second-year student at Mesa Verde Elementary School and is open-minded. She collects books donated to give to immigrant children at the border.
“I heard the book” Hear My Voice “at church, so what did you do to help the people at the border? So I started a book drive so I could help the kids in the shelter, “Anderson said.
The shelter she supports is called Nogares’s House of Mercy.
The book “Hear My Voice,” which she read at church, had quotations from children who lived on the border, explaining their experiences and their feelings.
“I couldn’t imagine such a thing, and I know my feelings may not be the same, but I just wanted to help,” Anderson said. I did.
And her way of helping is to collect books for children of all kinds, bilingual in Spanish and English, and even color books and supplies.
“I want to get as much as I can,” Anderson said.
Her collection of donations is getting bigger and bigger as the community hears about her mission. Her school, friends, family, and neighbors have all helped-share her drive on social media and shave books for her to present.
“We plan a trip to the shelter with the minister and drop them off. And maybe stay for a while and read the books we got to the kids,” Anderson said. Said.
Book donation activities continue throughout this month in June.If you have a book you would like to donate, email us firstname.lastname@example.org Information on how to unload them.
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