OUR PARTNERS

How to Become a Partner

Partners agree to do at least one “read” during the summer and host at least one activity related to the books selected. These events are intended to be low cost and easy for the sponsoring organizations. In addition, partners agree to send us information about their event to include on our summer reading calendar, assist us in promoting MSRC events and program information on social media, and encouraging participant engagement after book club activities. In addition, partners agree to complete a short survey after their event so we can keep track of attendance and other information.

The MSRC is a community driven program and we are looking for civic organizations and institutions to partner with us to help the MSRC continue to grow. If you are interested in hosting an event, providing services and/or providing volunteers please sign up as a partner here.

How Partners Participate

We need civic organizations and institutions to partner with us! Partners agree to do at least one “read” during the summer and host at least one activity related to the books selected. These events are intended to be low cost and easy for the sponsoring organizations. The Mayor’s Summer Reading Club is not simply a book give away.

Partners agree to send us information about their event to include on our summer reading calendar, ensure that the event is open to the public, and assist us in publicizing the book club. Partners who wish to receive books will also participate in a storyteller training for those in their organizations who will be executing the programming and readings. In addition, partners agree to complete a short survey after their event(s) so that we can keep track of attendance and other information.

3E Educational Services, LLC
Advocates for Children
Atlanta Area School for the Deaf
Atlanta Children’s Shelter
Atlanta Community Food Bank
Atlanta First Day School
CDF Action for Clarkston Early Learning Network
CLAYTON COUNTY LIBRARY SYSTEM
Department of Middle Secondary Education, Georgia State University
Developing Great Readers
Diversity in STEM Outreach Project
Dominion Education Consulting
Educationally Speaking Center for Learning, Inc.
Endurance Project Management
Fade-A-Way Cutz

Ferst Readers
Fit Learning
Friends of Refugees

Georgia Divison of Family and Children Services

Georgia Public Library Service

Jumpstart for Young Children, Inc.

Kuumba Storytellers of Georgia

Little Ones Learning Center

Premier Academy Inc.

U.S. Attorney’s Office, NDGA
U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS)/Administration for Children and Families (ACF)

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