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Getting Involved

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It is difficult for many of us to imagine not having the resources to obtain books, but this is the case with so many children RIFSoCal serves. RIFSoCal books are often the first book in the home, becoming the beginning of a personal home library.

 

With service to Los Angeles and Orange County’s most 

resource-deprived children, RIFSoCal has witnessed thousands of

life-changing moments and received innumerable testimonials from grateful participants. We are now into our second and third generation of RIFSoCal “kids.”

 

Of the over 43,000 children we will serve in 2022-2023, 95% are eligible for the National School Lunch Program, 28% are in Pre-K, 49% are in grades K - 3, 16% are in grades 4-8, and 3% have special needs. 

Coordinators Choose Books

Coordinators from over 250+ RIFSoCal sites visit our warehouse three times each program year to select books for their students to choose and take home to create their own home libraries.  Often overwhelmed by the extraordinary selection of titles, many spend hours identifying the free, new books they feel will excite the children in their program to read for FUN and pleasure.

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To promote literacy and motivate children to read by providing new books to create home libraries for underserved children in Southern California.

Reading Is Fundamental

Of Southern California Incorporated

"I want to read with my family so they

could be better readers like me."

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