SPREADING THE MESSAGE OF ROTARY THROUGH THE POWER OF STORYTELLING: CHILDREN’S AUTHOR TEAMS UP WITH NOT-FOR-PROFITS TO PROMOTE LITERACY AND FUND RAISING

Reading offers wonderful benefits to children. It builds their confidence and self-esteem, encourages leadership, improves emotional intelligence, helps them sleep soundly, inspires them, and above all, it makes them happy.

When we introduce kids early on to true-to-life motivational stories told minute-by-minute, as it seems to a nine-year-old boy, we give them strong awareness which in turn will help them become even more responsible in life.

Getting the message across through a recognizable character will help the children to easily connect with and relate to the story. “Children tend to follow characters that remind them of themselves,” says Author and fellow Rotarian, Thomas M. Kinslow.

How this story book, ‘I am a Rotarian’ benefits Rotary International (RI)? Expands sponsorship fundraising initiatives, promotes literacy by expanding your dictionary program, helps promote RI brand message, logo and community awareness.

Through the Dewey Does book storytelling program, we can grow awareness even louder and reach as many families and kids as possible. This truly inspiring campaign will be perfect for young readers who are in grades 3 to 5.

Make a Mark Through Storytelling

Your Rotary club can raise funding and further help Rotary International by expanding your sponsorship network with ‘I am a Rotarian’ book for 3rd graders. Share ‘I am a Rotarian’ story with thousands of young students as told by 9-year-old Dewey Does.

Our book storytelling campaign is part of our own fundraising efforts for the Dewey Does Foundation and helps non-for-profits raise funding for their causes, too. Thomas says, “this campaign allows me to share so many stories with young readers and help other organizations which, to me, seems like a fun thing to do.” Order your books today at www.deweydoes.org.

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