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Reading is Better for Kids
than Selling Products

Wouldn't you rather have your kids focus on reading rather than trying to sell the same old over-priced fundraising products that nobody wants? Groups raise 2 1/2 times more with a Read-a-thon than their previous product fundraisers.

Richland Elementary's Read-a-thon raised

$41,818.36

"The principal loved it, the teachers loved it, the students loved it, and the parents loved it because of the educational theme and that we raised two and a half times more money than our previous catalog fundraiser. I especially loved it because I look like a hero for recommending it!"     Elizabeth Williams

Kids focus on reading instead of selling
All the money was handled and tracked for us
Kids earn games and prizes in their very own prize center
Real time reporting lets us see exactly how we were doing
Parent
Teacher
Administrator

So Where Does All the Money Go?

Your School or Group gets to keep 90% of all the money raised.

Famous Thoughts on the Importance of Reading

Dr. Seuss
"The more that you read, the more things you will know. The more you learn, the more places you'll go."
Laura Bush
"A love of books, of holding a book, turning its pages, looking at its pictures, and living its fascinating stories goes hand-in-hand with a love of learning."
Walt Disney
"There is more treasure in books than in all the pirate's loot on Treasure Island."
Jaqueline Kennedy
"There are many little ways to enlarge your world. Love of books is the best of all."

What people are saying about our Readathon program (click here to read more):

Seventh District Elementary

Patty Nestor

"Thank you!

This was a great way to have all our students engaged and everyone reading! Thank you..."
Bright Beginnings Child Care

Jamie Castro

"I loved the read-a-thon! I thought it was amazing and so much better than selling things. The kids loved reading..."
Plan in minutes

You can plan your Read-a-thon in just a few muinutes.

Just follow our simple steps to plan your Read-a-thon and get everything you need to raise more money than you ever dreamed.
Chatsworth Hills Academy

Adrian Allan

"Our school was pleasantly surprised by the amount of money raised by our first Read-a-Thon. I think the key to high participation..."
James A. Jackson Elementary

Portia Whitlow

"The pass two weeks have been awesome. Students are eager to get to class on time to begin the school wide reading..."
Charlie McKamy Elementary School

Paula Cardozo

"Read-a-thon was a very easy fundraiser. We were very pleased with your support people and all the help they provided. The only..."

Some Recent Readathon Activity:

$10
"Anonymous"
H.S.B. - Dallas PTO
26 minutes ago
$10
"Anonymous"
Redwood Elementary School
1 hour ago
$10
"Anonymous"
Redwood Elementary School
1 hour ago
$25
"Anonymous"
Cardinal Ridge PTO
1 hour ago
$15
"Anonymous"
Sasebo Elementary School PTO
1 hour ago
$50
"Dear Jacob Dream big . . . don't let anybody or anything break your wishbone. Stay strong, full of faith, and courageous... Keep challenging yourself and continue to enjoy the love of reading! I'm rooting for you!"
The Forest Park School, PS 97, Queens
1 hour ago
$25
"Enjoy and have fun reading. Keep it up Cole. "
Sasebo Elementary School PTO
1 hour ago
$50
"Anonymous"
DeWitt Public Schools - Fuerstenau Early Childhood
1 hour ago
$15
"Good job little buddy! Keep up the good work!"
Ware Elementary
2 hours ago

Think about it...

Your students are already doing it. All your readers have to do is read for 30 minutes a day for 10 days.

It's easy as pie.

The hardest part is deciding to get started. From there we provide everything you need for your read-a-thon.

We make it fun.

Our system was designed for kids. It's fun, encourages participation and even includes prizes and rewards.

Learn More About Read-a-thon Fundraisers:

There is no better way for a school, school group or group of school aged kids to raise money than a Read-a-thon. Why? Because family, friends and neighbors understand how important education and reading skills are. When asked most people will make generous donations to encourage a child to read. Very few fundraising ideas offer such clear benefits to children and the groups they are raising money for.

We provide a complete read-a-thon system. We help your readers get the most sponsors possible with print materials, email campaigns and social media tool. We provide a prize center as an incentive for readers to get as many sponsors as possible. We collect all payments so children are not handling money. We send daily report cards to readers and administrators showing current results along with suggestions on what actions should be done to maximize the effectiveness of your read-a-thon.

Our read-a-thons consist of 10 reading sessions. Each session is 30 minutes long. Readers can read in class as a group or they can hold their own reading sessions. Once your read-a-thon is set up you click on Start a Reading Session and start your 30 minute timer. If you're reading in class everyone in attendance is given credit for that session.

Currently Holding a Book Fair or a Product Fundraiser?

Check out this page to see whether a Book Fair or Read-a-thon is better for your school. Click Here

And, before you start your next product fundraiser, take a look at the information found here. Click Here

Here are some great resources to learn more about whether a Read-a-thon makes sense for your group:

See how much money your group can raise with our Read-a-thon calculator: Click Here

Get the answers to your basic questions in our Read-a-thon FAQ section: Click Here

Get a brief explanation of how our Read-a-thon system works: Click Here

Check out a sample prize store: Click Here