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The love of reading!

OUR MISSION

Promoting literacy by giving

award-winning books to children.

GGAB IN ACTION

2022 Heritage Awards Nonprofit of the Year
2022 Heritage Awards Nonprofit of the Year

GGAB was elected as the 2022 Nonprofit of the Year at this years Hispano Heritage Award ceremony. To those that have voted we greatly appreciate your time in helping us achieve this recognition. #GGABooks

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Joe Trimble GGAB Podcast
Joe Trimble GGAB Podcast

Interview with Joe Trimble / Wells Fargo V.P. Central Region Small Business Leader Global Give-A-Book is a nonprofit organization in Albuquerque, NM with a mission to give award-winning books to children in most need. The GGAB podcast shares the stories and insight of local leaders helping to spread the love of reading.

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2022 Top-Rated NonProfit
2022 Top-Rated NonProfit

GGAB has been recognized as a 2022 Top-Rated Nonprofit by GreatNonProfits.org! This extensive online directory aims to inspire and inform volunteers and donors by creating a place where great opportunities and shared experiences blossom! View our profile and leave a review of your own today!

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The Giving Stories
The Giving Stories

GGAB's Founder and Executive Director, Sylvia Maser, has been featured in The Giving Stories. A book detailing 15 authors with 15 awesome causes, missions, and passions- it is a must have for your home library! This book shares the stories behind heart-led nonprofit leaders and we are so proud of Sylvia for her contribution to this best selling book!

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Lavender Libros Readers
Lavender Libros Readers

Lavender Libros is looking for role model community members to partake in this youth read-along literacy program. Learn more and get started at the link below!

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The Giving Tree by City LifeStyle
The Giving Tree by City LifeStyle

Winter 2022 What an honor to have been featured in City Lifestyle Magazine! View the article below to learn how to continue the spirit of giving into 2023. Thank you, City Lifestyle, for shedding light on the organizations that make a difference in our community on a daily basis.

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Literacy Matters

- There is 1 book for every 300 children in low income neighborhoods.

- By age 4, low income children have heard 30 million fewer words than children from middle income families. 2 

1. https://nces.ed.gov/nationsreportcard/subject/publications 

2. May 19, 2013, Why Aren’t low-income students succeeding in school? By Carol J. Carter.)