Success Won’t Wait supports the Friends of the Wilmington Public Library with a 500+ book donation. Total tops 3,000 books!

2015 Wilmington Librray March 18
Friends of the Wilmington Library volunteers George Swink, Neda Green and Todd Tucker now have a van FULL of great books for the semi-annual Used Book Sale!

The annual Spring Used Book Sale at the Wilmington Public Library is fast approaching and to help support the Friends of the Wilmington Public Library, this week Success Won’t Wait donated an additional 500 books to the sale. Our total now exceeds 3,000 books donated!

If you are not familiar with the Friends Group, they do so much for the library, including:

  • Providing new equipment for the Library,
  • Providing new books and audio-visual materials for public use,
  • Contributing 1,800 hours annually of volunteer time for improved Library Services.
  • Paying for Literacy Volunteers of America students and tutors to attend national conferences, and
  • Supporting the Library’s “Focus on Quality” Capital/Endowment Campaigns.

The group is able to operate all of these great programs and through fundraising efforts, including a semi-annual book sale. The books that Success Won’t Wait has donated – from self-help, to crafts, to cooking – will help fund the ongoing maintenance and expansion of the Library and its programs.

For more information, visit The Friends of the Wilmington Library.

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? Click on the About Us tab to learn more.

Read now, because success won’t wait!

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