Wish Lists

Bookmarks wish lists are the perfect way to create online registries for weddings, baby showers, birthdays, and holidays. Community groups can also create wish lists to request books from community supporters.

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      Search existing Bookmarks wish lists and shop online.

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You must create an account on our website to save books to your wish list. Once you have a Bookmarks account, an "Add to Wish List" button becomes visible alongside the "Add to Cart" button on product pages and book lists on our website. When you are logged into your online account, you can use this new button to add any book to your wish list.

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JUMP AT THE SUN WISHLIST
Jump at the Sun’s Infusion Curriculum project is a community response to support expanding our children’s understanding of what history is; that our collective story is not a single one, it’s one that’s made up of many untold stories. Your donation will help provide the necessary books to all WS/FCS teachers so that they can teach the many histories that make up America’s past and shape its future. 
 

BOOKWORM COMMUNITY WISHLISTS
The Junior League of Winston-Salem's BookWORM program works to help local families gain greater access to books. You can contribute directly to BookWORM's efforts by shopping from the BookWORM Community Wish Lists.

FEED & READ WISHLISTS
Join the Hispanic League for their FEED AND READ/COMER Y LEER. This is a free, CDC-compliant, and no-contact solution to help those most in need and affected by COVID-19 in the central/south side community. It will contain non-perishable food items, books for all ages (Spanish & English), and personal care items, accessible to everyone, no questions asked. It will also raise local awareness of food insecurity while creating a space for neighbors to help meet neighbor’s food needs. FEED AND READ/COMER Y LEER is a way to help anyone affected by the stresses of this pandemic, especially those with limited resources and those considered high-risk or who fear contact. It will also help this community area designated as a “food desert”, where residents are far from any supermarkets and who have limited access to nutritious food. There will be safe and non-perishable items available, with the addition of books to promote literacy and other essentials/personal items. The pantry will also have free masks from time to time as supplies are available. A bilingual list of instructions will be posted for anyone using the pantry. Regular monitoring and cleaning of the pantry will be done by Gardea and Food Forest volunteers. A hand cleansing station will also be installed.

 

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