Buy a book, change a life
In reading How to be a Productivity Ninja, you are probably aware of the impact a good book can have. But have you considered the impact a million books can have?
Graham was the first Chairman of READ International and is now a founding ambassador for the charity. Graham is donating all the profits from sales of the e-book version of “How to be a Productivity Ninja” to READ International, meaning that for every e-book sold, at least five real textbooks will find their way to schools in rural Tanzania!
READ International provides empowerment through education by collecting and donating high quality UK secondary school textbooks that regularly become out-of-date, and shipping them to East Africa, where the curriculum is almost identical but where the ratio of pupils to textbooks is 5:1.
Founded in 2006 by a group of passionate and visionary students, READ International harnesses the power of books and education to empower young people to change their lives and create futures free from poverty.
Since its inception, READ International has won multiple awards and achieved the following:
- Shipped over a million quality textbooks to East Africa.
- Renovated 32 school libraries in East Africa.
- Distributed books to over 1,200 East African schools, serving 500,000 students.
- Saved over two million books from landfill, equating to 1,000 tonnes of waste.
Graham’s opening line of this book is about changing the world as effortlessly as possible. So please buy lots of copies of the e-book version of “How to be a Productivity Ninja“, or donate directly to READ International by visiting: www.readinternational.org.uk. It doesn’t take much effort and it will seriously change lives.