A commitment of £8,000 per year to cover the cost of processing, shipping and delivering 40,000 books in a 40ft shipping container to one of our Africa offices for distribution to the hands of students and teachers. You'll receive an annual impact report, and your logo/name will be listed on our Sponsors Wall below and on relevant impact report pages.
We partner with Goodbox to provide these awesome contactless donation devices that can be left (attended or unattended) at your tills and sales points, allowing your customers or clients to donate seamlessly. You can also order a traditional donation bucket.
We partner with Pennies to provide your customers the chance to make their pennies count for your chosen charity Books2Africa. We’ll work closely with your payment provider to enable Pennies across multi-channels, in-store, online, or app.
Our Book Donation Bin is perfect for academic institutions to locate within departmental receptions, students’ halls of residence, and offices, enabling staff/students donate unwanted books and you can reduce waste. You also get a reduced collection fee.
Every item we ship to Africa must be thoroughly checked, scanned into a database, counted and packaged at our UK warehouse by our team of paid staff and volunteers. You can help cover any of the following costs:
Make fundraising and/or volunteering a part of your organisation’s culture and meet your CSR goals. We’ll work with you to develop bespoke campaigns, projects, events and branding that creates lasting impact on education and the environment.
A quick update about what Books2Africa is doing in response to these uncertain times caused by the outbreak of Coronavirus (COVID-19). Our top priority is the health and wellbeing of our staff, volunteers and supporters. Key to this is following government recommendations closely. Thankfully no suspected cases of COVID-19 have been reported amongst our staff and volunteers. Our Processing Centre in Canterbury is still operational and well stocked with the enough books and resources to ship to Africa.
Please read our updates below on steps taken to minimise the risk to staff, volunteers and supporters.
We appreciate your understanding as the situation evolves and reassure you that we will take necessary steps to ensure your safety whilst trying to also fulfil our charitable objectives. If you need any support or advice, you can send us an email [email protected]
Thank you for your continued support and do subscribe to our coronavirus updates if you want to be remain updated.
Books2Africa UK Team