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Posted in Funding a library in India on September 30, 2011
Ned’s presentation on Buy India a Library was featured on the front page of Slideshare today (!). I am so damn proud of him, and I trust Jan and Justin are too :). Ned also posted about this presentation on his blog.
And who knows, maybe there will be more :).
Posted in Funding a library in India on May 8, 2011
Well, it took us a little longer than we’d hoped to sort out the logistics of getting money across various borders and currencies, and cobbling together one big gift out of our separate Paypal accounts, but now that is all done, and all of your donations in the hands of Good Gifts. And here is what you made:
A library for India! (pics to come when we get ‘em)
(This isn’t your library — that isn’t built yet — but we hope it will make kids happy like this!)
Again, thank you more than words can say for your enthusiastic support of this project. We hope to be able to get pictures and reports about your libraries when they are up and running, and we’ll report about that here and on Twitter and the Facebook page.
Posted in Funding a library in India on January 14, 2011
In just one week, we have raised £750! That’s 60% of what we need to build a library in India.
For reference, £750 would also buy you one of these:
Or, if you prefer, 454 of these:
In other news, a lot of you have asked for more specifics about how and where the money will be spent, and we’ve contacted the charities involved with questions, so I hope to be able to share that information with you shortly.
We remain amazed at your generosity and supportiveness: thank you. Thank you. Thank you.
Posted in Funding a library in India on January 8, 2011
So, how much does it cost to buy India a library?
You know what else you could buy for $2.24, plus or minus?
You do the math.
Please help us reach our goal by donating (note the amount is in the currency Sterling / Pounds).
(Donate button removed after close of campaign. –ay)