Success Won’t Wait sends 500+ K-5 books to Africa through the University of Delaware Alumni Association literacy project!

Success Won’t Wait volunteer Italo Carrieri-Russo has been active within the organization since 2002. As Community Liaison, he is busy every day sharing information about Success Won’t Wait’s many literacy programs, networking with new volunteers and contributors, and making important community connections.

His most recent coup? A partnership with the University of Delaware Alumni Association (of which he is a member) to help send much-needed books to Africa. When Italo learned about the project through the UDAA, he immediately knew that Success Won’t Wait could make a significant contribution!

This week, Success Won’t Wait donated over 500 books, which will be sent to Africa through the UDAA program. Books included K-5 textbooks, books for pleasure, and even books for teachers! A second donation is planned for later this fall.

About the University of Delaware Office of Alumni Relations

The Office of Alumni Relations is the chief liaison between the University and the worldwide alumni body of over 155,000 living alumni which is represented by the UD Alumni Association.

Alumni Relations coordinates major events as Alumni Weekend, reunions and prestigious alumni awards. The Office also manages all volunteers and events for the regional alumni clubs across the country and around the world. To learn more, CLICK HERE.

Many thanks to Italo for his ongoing support and efforts to eradicate illiteracy throughout our community and worldwide! 

Founded in 2002, Success Won’t Wait, Inc. is a 501c3 non-profit literacy organization based in Wilmington, Delaware. Want to learn more about Success Won’t Wait’s literacy projects, how to donate used  books, or volunteer your time? Simply visit About Success Won’t Wait.

Read now, because success won’t wait!

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