reprinted from Westport News
Books for Zim (pictures), a project of Congregation for Humanistic Judaism, has collected more than 1,600 pounds of books for delivery to village schools in Zimbabwe through a partnership with US-Africa Children’s Fellowship.
Relly Coleman, a congregation member, founded the project in 2005 after a family trip to Zimbabwe to celebrate the 90th birthday of her mother-in-law, Mabel Coleman.
To date, it has shipped thousands of pounds of books to Zimbabwe, according to a release.
The initiative, which in the past focused on collecting textbooks and library books, is currently seeking calculators, soccer balls, toys and games appropriate for schools, the release states.
For information or to donate, email Relly Coleman at [email protected]
See 2009 article ‘Thousands of Books for Zimbabwe Lemba‘ by Relly Coleman.