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Arizona Housing Incorporated

Arizona Housing Incorporated strives to offer our 80 newly-renovated apartments at an affordable and permanent price. We believe that providing low income housing is not only important to help end homelessness but also offers an opportunity for a thriving and supporting community to be created. Arizona Housing Incorporated serves families of all ages but is hoping to help children age 18 and below improve their literacy through magazines.

We believe that magazines can be an affective tool for our staff to use in assisting families. In addition, magazines will be used by parents when trying to teach their children how to read.

 

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501 (c)(3) Charity Housing for Homeless

Phoenix, AZ, USA

Needs: 60 Magazines

Magazines Requested:   any adventure/nature magazines,  any sports magazines, any art magazines, and any science Magazines

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  • Remsterville Learning Center

    School
    45 preschool students, 45 adult readers with high school education, and 20 teens
    Bridgeton, NJ, USA
    Needs: 100 magazines
    Magazines Requested: Any magazines geared towards parents, children, families, and education.

  • New York Foundling

    Foster Care
    18 boys and 24 girls
    New York, NY USA
    Needs: 42 Magazines
    Magazines Requested: LUCKY magazine, J-14, Popstar, Teen Voices, Girls Life and Sports related.

  • Henderson Middle School

    School or Library
    Students Grades 6-8
    Richmond, VA USA
    Needs: 75 Magazines
    Magazines Requested Oprah, Ebony, Cobblestone, Highlights, Cricket, Calliope, OWL, Sports Illustrated, Sports Illustrated for Kids, National Geographic for Kids, Kids Discover, ASK, Ranger Rick, Zoobooks, Dig, Boys Life, Teen Magazines and Music Related Titles.

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