Got kids’ books? Keller Williams wants to help you donate them

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Barton Creek Elementary Library Council officers (from left) Sami Ireland, Albert Li, Alex Lange, Andrew Kearney, Nina Velacheri and Sarah Menefee read in the school's library during its BookSpring Read-A-Thon event. COURTESY OF AMANDA BRAWNER

Barton Creek Elementary Library Council officers (from left) Sami Ireland, Albert Li, Alex Lange, Andrew Kearney, Nina Velacheri and Sarah Menefee read in the school’s library during its BookSpring Read-A-Thon event.
COURTESY OF AMANDA BRAWNER

If your kids have outgrown some of their books, spread them around.

Keller Williams will be helping the community for its RED Day — Renew, Energize and Donate — on May 14 by collecting new and used books and giving them to schools that are served by BookSpring. BookSpring helps 21,000 kids a year served by Title I schools in the Austin Independent School District, at Head Start centers and other child development centers.

You can drop off new or gently used books by May 14 at BookPeople, 603 N. Lamar Ave., or donate money to at kw.com/bookdrive. Last year Keller Williams donated 7,000 books.


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