who received books
When enough individuals start practicing compassion and empathy
it will surely benefit humanity as a whole
The Book Project seeks funds, buys books and distributes them free of any costs. There are no strings attached to what we do. It is simply an act of kindness.
Copies of books were donated and sent freight or postage free, to the following organisations:
Fiji Red Cross Society, Labasa, Fiji
Solaris Cancer Care, Cottesloe, West Australia
Fiji Corrections Service (FCS) Suva
National Healthcare Professionals Association
Carers in correction facilities, Australia and New Zealand. Working with inmates to end the cycle of recidivism.
Loddon Prison Centre, Victoria
Torres Strait Islands Regional Council for school libraries
Back Track Youth Works Armidale, New South Wales Enabling young people become society and work ready
Shine for Kids
Ancestors Singing Indigenous Group
Police Citizens Youth Club (PCYC) Cairns, Queensland Braking the Cycle program, an initiative of the Queensland Police Service, helping youth break the cycle of crime and offences
Indigenous Wellbeing Centre, Queensland
Freeman House, Armidale, New South Wales
Community based programs for adults experiencing homelessness and/or addiction. Freeman House is a St Vincent de Paul Society program.
The UN Refugee Agency in Australia
Cancer Council of Queensland
Aboriginal Cultural Program
Cancer Wellness Centre
Cottesloe, Western Australia