Learning to read proficiently is a child's best chance for success in school and in life. By increasing their access to books, Link to Libraries strives to inspire young readers and enhance the language and literacy skills of children of all cultural backgrounds. To date, Link to Libraries has distributed over 970,000 new books to school libraries and to the home libraries of children in need, many of whom have never previously owned a book.
Thank you to our generous sponsors!
Link to Libraries in the News
Weiss Consulting Supports Young Readers and Promotes Literacy at Lambert-Lavoie Elementary in Chicopee
CHICOPEE, MA – February 2, 2023 – Link to Libraries announced that Weiss Consulting of Longmeadow, MA is supporting literacy at Lambert-Lavoie Elementary in Chicopee through…
These are the gifts to excite the imagination and create a life of success
(Mass Appeal) – It’s the holiday season and buying gifts is always stressful, especially buying something for younger kids. How about giving them something to let their…
Link to Libraries shares importance of reading with your child
(Mass Appeal) - November is National Family Literacy Month. It gives families the opportunity to take some time, learn and read together. That aligns with the mission of Link…
Link to Libraries - A Million Books Celebration Gala
Dates & Times
Starts: 05/04/2023 @ 6:00 pm
Basketball Hall of Fame
Join us at the Basketball Hall of Fame on May 4, 2023 for our biggest celebration yet! In honor of having donated one million books and our belief in the endless possibilities they offer to young readers, this year’s theme is A Million Books, A Million Opportunities. Our gala, held every two years, is our largest fundraiser and has historically drawn over 400 ticket holders. The funds raised enable us to purchase books for schools and children in need, expand programming and sustain and grow our organization. Thank you for helping us ensure that this year’s event will be a great success!
Books Distributed to Date
Local Schools and Centers Sponsored