Over the years, Executive Director Trudy Marshall has kept a journal of happenings – good and sometimes not so good – during her stays in Uganda and Kenya. Now, those writings have been compiled into a book.
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Fundraiser a big success
Many, many thanks to our friends / supporters who made our BBQ dinner / fundraiser a success. We appreciate you. Thanks to Brotherton’s Black Iron Barbecue for supplying the meat and to Pflugerville Community Church for providing a great place for our annual event. Additional thanks to all those who donated items for our auction.
Volunteers restock 10 libraries
Year 15 is in the books – so to speak. Volunteers have completed their work, and 10 libraries in Uganda have been completely restocked, along with 3 new libraries. And create 3 new libraries
The shipment of 13,000+ new or like-new hardback books made the two-month trip from Texas.
We are excited and proud to say that more than 100,000 students have had access to books in our libraries since the first Library of Love was created at Namirembe Primary School in Kampala in 2005.
We are so thankful for all the supporters who donated books and funding, and special thanks to volunteers who gave their time to make this happen again this year. God bless you one and all. Special thanks to board member Jim Matthews for overseeing the shipping.
Thanks to Garrett for Books
This is a sampling of the books donated by Garrett Book Company. We appreciate their continued support.
We appreciate Mackin
We are thankful for Mackin Educational Resources. They have supported Libraries of Love with hundreds of books each year. They provide a wonderful variety of hardback easy, fiction, and non-fiction books.
Thanks to Coughlan
Pictured are samples of the great books donated by Coughlan Companies. We are thrilled with the donation of over 4,000 new hardback books from this supportive publisher.