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OUR MISSION

Promoting youth literacy by giving

award-winning books to children in need.

GGAB IN ACTION

Nonprofit of The Year 2022
Nonprofit of The Year 2022

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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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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Rio Grande Community Farm
Rio Grande Community Farm

We had a fall-tastic time at the maze and were thrilled to see 100+ books go home with the children in attendance! Join our team and volunteer today!

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Bassett Place Mall Fall Festival
Bassett Place Mall Fall Festival

It was an honor to be joined by El Paso native, Chris Aguirre. Chris is a Netflix animation artist and former Art Director for DreamWorks Studios. He has developed various television productions and is famous for the creation of Puss in Boots from Shrek. We are so proud of Chris and his latest endeavor with Netflix. Check out #SpiritRangers on #Netflix with your family today! His heart for youth literacy is acknowledged and appreciated by many. Thank you, Chris!

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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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Volunteer with GGAB!
Volunteer with GGAB!

We are looking for volunteers to help make our community impact possible. Our reach is expanding quickly and so is our need for helping hands.

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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.)