The Book Farm Project is designed to cultivate a love for reading and make books accessible to all.
Through Book Farm, our volunteers gather books and contribute their part in encouraging reading. Our larger goal is to build a growing collection of books that anyone can access at our Micro-Learning Hubs spread across all 14 districts in the state. We bring people together to reduce the knowledge gap between rural and urban divide.
Your support can make a world of difference!
Registered volunteers are encouraged to actively participate in book collection drives. These drives can be organized by volunteers, community groups, schools, or organizations, either individually or collaboratively. The focus is on collecting new or gently used books in multitude of genres.
Collected books undergo meticulous sorting, categorization, and cataloging to ensure easy accessibility. The initiative takes responsibility for distributing these books to our Micro-Learning Hubs.
To maximize its reach and impact, the Book Farm Initiative harnesses the potential of digital platforms. Social media, websites, and online campaigns serve as essential tools for connecting with like-minded individuals and expanding the volunteer base and collection of books.
Volunteers will be awarded points based on their total volunteering hours and the number of chapters they have read.
|Points for each volunteering hour||5 Points|
|Points for each book||2 Points|
Volunteer leaders get extra points to promote passionate leadership amongst our volunteers.
Ignite Leadership with Rewarding Points
Unleash your leadership potential by orchestrating volunteer efforts! Every milestone you achieve in mobilising volunteers comes with an exciting points boost.
As you make an impact, watch your point tally rise – with up to 100 points awaiting those who lead 50 or more volunteers to success. 🚀👥💥
|Organized Volunteers||Points Rewarded|
|5 Volunteers||10 Points|
|10 Volunteers||20 Points|
|20 Volunteers||40 Points|
|50 Volunteers||100 Points|
Total Leadership points a volunteer can earn: 100 Points
A volunteer leader receives bonus points based on their demonstrated potential in organising volunteers, project execution, and project impact.
The maximum bonus points a volunteer can earn is 50 Points
KITES Foundation is a not-for-profit, non-governmental organization that strives to channelise the power of productive youth engagement on various fronts to facilitate a ‘Youth-Led Development’
KITES foundation is registered ( TSR/CA/39/2020 ) under 'The Indian Societies Registration Act of 1860' with 80G certificate. NGO Darpan Unique Id : KL/2020/0260772
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