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Donate to Phi Kappa Phi Stock the Shelf Fundraiser

Contributed by Omar Stoute on 04/23/19 

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The Council of Students sponsors an annual Phi Kappa Phi Book Drive Competition. For this year's competition Ithaca College Chapter #201 is raising funds for the Family Reading Partnership. 

Our fundraising drive will end on April 30, 2019.

To donate online, go to https://www.ithaca.edu/pkp/fundraiser/ and click the "Proceed to Payment" button. Want to donate in person? PKP student members will be tabling Thursday, April 25 from 11:00am to 3:00pm in Campus Center near Freshens/Info Desk. 

We appreciate your donation and commitment to early childhood literacy in the Tompkins County community!

The Phi Kappa Phi chapters that collect the most books or monetary donations throughout the competition will be eligible to receive either a “Little Free Library” to be placed at a location of their choice! The Little Free Library is a freestanding box where anyone can donate and borrow books in an effort to promote literacy throughout communities—a prize that fits well with the Society’s love of learning and literacy. (Winning chapters that opt to receive a Little Free Library will be awarded the library of our choice.)

Family Reading Partnership delivers programs and materials designed to empower families to playfully engage with their young children as a pathway to literacy in Tompkins County, NY.

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