The Ashby Winward Foundation

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  • Kyle & Graham with their donations of booksDeveloped by Graham and Kyle Ashby in 2009
  • Our goal is to improve the school libraries in these islands while providing students the ability to experience the joys of reading
  • In the process we hope to develop longstanding penpal friendships between the students in the islands and those in the US who generously donate their books
  • Please Join Us!

Your Contribution to this charity will help to keep the schools and libraries of the islands filled with appropriate reading material for their students.

Monitary donations will be accepted in whatever amount you wish to give. Should you prefer to send us books as your contribution, please contact us via email so that we can make shipping arrangements: donate@friendsthroughbooks.com.

Please visit our website to learn more or to make a donation:
http://FriendsThroughBooks.com

Donated material must be appropriate for students in Kindergarten through 8th grade and may be shipped to:
Friends Through Books
671 West Quail Heights Court
Boise, Idaho 83703

Friends Through Books Mission
Friends Through Books
, an affiliate of the Ashby Windward Foundation, is a non-profit organization which exists solely to provide reading books and educational materials to the students of Carriacou and Petite Martinique which are two of the three islands that make up the island nation of Grenada in the southern caribbean. Developed by Graham and Kyle Ashby in 2009, it is our goal to improve the school libraries in these islands while providing students the ability to experience the joys of reading. In the process we hope to develop longstanding penpal friendships between the students in the islands and those in the US who generously donate their books.

Board of Directors
Graham Ashby
Kyle Ashby
Hansel Ashby, M.D.
Laurie Ashby, M.D.
Christofer Ashby, Ph.D.
Corine Milne

Graham and Kyle Ashby would like to thank you in advance for your generosity to the students of Carriacou and Petite Martinique.