School Libraries in the Bay Area need your support!

June 28, 2018

School libraries in California receive no dedicated funding, and many low-income schools have not funded their libraries in decades. School libraries like the one we served at Dorsa Elementary school in the Alum Rock School District cannot afford to update their old and outdated collections, replace old furnishings that discourage students from staying and reading, or refresh the ambiance of the library to make it more inviting. This is where Access Books Bay Area can help, and you can help us by volunteering for a project or donating at

Library Book Boxes Program 

In today’s era of distance learning, many schools and districts have been unable to provide access to pleasure reading books to their students, as school and classroom libraries have been temporarily closed for the 2020-2021 school year. To support these unique challenges during these unprecedented times, the team at Access Books Bay Area is partnering […]

Fremont siblings collect books for Access Books Bay Area 

Third-grader Ayaan and first-grader Ariya did not allow COVID-19 to put a damper on their summer break! This dynamic sibling duo from Fremont, along with their mother Rashal, ran a very successful book drive for Access Books Bay Area…

Linden Tree books fundraiser 

Thank you to Linden Tree Children’s Books for sponsoring Access Books Bay Area, and to their generous customers who donated $4,050 in gift cards to Access Books Bay Area

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