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Girl Scout Gold Award book project

My first involvement with Ana Menchaca was through her Girl Scout troop. They volunteered to work on a project the Rotary Club of Austin was coordinating for BookSpring. The girls collected gently used books from their friends and… Read More

MAXIMUS Foundation grant awarded

BookSpring was recently awarded a grant from the MAXIMUS Foundation. This foundation awards grants to local community organizations with programs and projects in the areas of child and youth development, health, and community development. “It’s an honor to… Read More

GE employees make an impact

GE Aviation of Austin hosted their first volunteer event with BookSpring. Over 70 employees helped build literacy through the community on Tuesday, December 20. “We have been in Austin (as GE) for a little over 4 years. This… Read More

8,000 books distributed at Coats For Kids!

BookSpring and the Junior League of Austin (JLA) teamed up for another successful Coats for Kids’ community fair book distribution on Saturday, December 10 at the Palmer Events Center. Junior League members collected over 10,000 books over the… Read More

Leadership in the Healthcare Community

BookSpring’s Clinics & Health Partner Manager Cynthia Ivey was elected as Vice President of Community Partnerships of The Community Health Champions Alumni Leadership Committee for 2017. Community Health Champions is an initiative by Central Health to bring together diverse… Read More

Trainings available via Region 13

Our communities are strongest when we build them in ways that ensure the well being of all residents. BookSpring meets our clients where they are, through our community partners. BookSpring trainers are certified through the Texas Trainer Registry… Read More

Give the gift of time

Tis the season for giving, giving what you can to make a difference! Austin University Area Rotary Club members give the most precious gift of all, their time. Every Tuesday and Thursday Rotarians volunteer at JJ Pickle Elementary,… Read More