Doorstep Library

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About Organisation

Doorstep Library is a literacy charity that believes in the power of words to take children places, not just in their imagination, but in their lives. We want to see a world where all children can thrive in homes in which books are celebrated and a love of reading is embraced. With one in four 11-year-olds leaving primary school unable to read or write properly, we recruit and train home-reading volunteers to go into some of the most disadvantaged areas in London to help introduce young children (aged 0-11 years) to the pleasure of reading.
Doorstep Library’s unique home-based service means we are there in person, finding the most appropriate books for every child we visit, and building a relationship with the whole family. Our projects not only improve literacy and confidence in children, but they increase family wellbeing and bonding through the joy of sharing stories. This kind of tailored support enables us to help prepare children for school and broaden their opportunities in life.


Doorstep Library
34 Grosvenor Gardens
London, SW1W 0DH
https://www.doorsteplibrary.org.uk/

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Volunteer Opportunity £/year 31 Dec 2020

Come and join an enthusiastic team of volunteers who are passionate about books and ending illiteracy by making reading fun! ...read more

Volunteer Opportunity £/year 31 Dec 2020

Come and join an enthusiastic team of volunteers who are passionate about books and ending illiteracy by making reading fun! ...read more

Volunteer Opportunity £/year 31 Dec 2020

Come and join an enthusiastic team of volunteers who are passionate about books and ending illiteracy by making reading fun! ...read more

Volunteer Opportunity £/year 31 Dec 2020

Come and join an enthusiastic team of volunteers who are passionate about books and ending illiteracy by making reading fun! ...read more

Volunteer Opportunity £/year 31 Dec 2020

Come and join an enthusiastic team of volunteers who are passionate about books and ending illiteracy by making reading fun! ...read more