www.BooksToTheRescue4CoastalGeorgia.org
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Comforting Children in Crisis in Coastal Georgia

Our Mission

Did You Know?

Research shows that 26% of children in the U.S. will experience or witness some type of traumatic event before they turn 4 years old.

Together We Can Make A Difference!

This not-for-profit 

Community-Engageement program, which is solely funded by donations and grants, stocks First Responder Vehicles and 

Child-Centric Agencies with COMPLIMENTARY, NEW, engaging children’s books and new stuffed animals to help serve as resources to calm and redirect children in traumatic, stressful situations. 

How Can You Help?


  • Be A Fiscal Sponsor
  • Be A Corporate Donor
  • Be An Individual Donor
  • Be A Promoter


Contact Us

To find a Books To The Rescue chapter in your area visit: http://bookstotherescue.org/

Books To The Rescue For Coastal Georgia

(912) 572-7286

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Comforting Children In Crisis

 

This not-for-profit 

Community-Engagement program, which is solely funded by donations and grants, stocks First Responder Vehicles and 

Child-Centric Agencies with COMPLIMENTARY, NEW, engaging children’s books and new stuffed animals to help serve as resources to calm and redirect children in traumatic, stressful situations.

Current Projects

Our projects are ongoing!

Our current projects include:

  • Stocking the Richmond Hill, GA Fire Engines
  • Periodic Military Deployments
  • 2018 Snowball Express - Savannah event
  • City of Richmond Hill, GA's HR department
  • Backpack Buddies
  • Backpacks of Love

Testimonials

Check out a recent interview with

three Gold Star Children


"To whom it may concern,

I am writing you today on behalf of Naomi Havens and her book. My name is Reagan Gibbs and I am a two time Army widow. My first husband was killed in action in

2005 and my second husband was

LOD in 2009.

Naomi and I met at a send off for Snowball Express. It's a function that is held to honor the children of our fallen service members. She came to the send off one

year and offered her book and a plush toy to all the Gold Star Children leaving out of Savannah.

The "what if monster" is very real. We all sit around at some point in time and wonder, "what if this happened," or "what if this hadn't happened?" Naomi's book is a

great book for kids who are struggling with the "what if's" of life.

I have recommended her book to friends of mine. Recently I had a friend who passed away unexpectedly. My friend struggled with PTSD for the last several years.

He left behind a wife and two small boys. I believe in Naomi's book and the lessons and comfort it can give so much I ordered the boys a set. The fact that there is

a toy that the children can hug and hold onto is such a great comfort.

I wholeheartedly think Naomi and her book can help so many. I hope you will consider supporting her and her mission to help children. The book is not just for

children who have lost a parent or loved one, but children struggling with hardships in general."  RG

Fundraisers

  • Dec 2017  -  For the third year, Books to the Rescue! for Coastal Georgia participated in the Annual Richmond Hill Chili Cook-Off as a way to raise monies for our projects.
  • Oct 2017  -  BTTR4CGa participated in the Annual Richmond Hill Public Safety Day

Mission Accomplished!

Naomi Havens & Snowball Express Comfort Gifts

2017 Snowball Express - Savannah

Saturday, December 9, 2017

A huge Thank You to our supportive financial contributors, the Hector Rodriguez family, the Chris Raiford famliy, Roy & Pam, Tim & Naomi Havens, various cash donations at local events, and our Chili Cook Off customers! 

We couldn’t do it without you!

Because of the generous support of our donors, Books To The Rescue! For Coastal Georgia is able to say, “Mission ACCOMPLISHED!” for our 2017 Snowball Express – Savannah project! Each donation was matched 50% to make each donation go even further, allowing us to bless even more Gold Star families with the therapeutic WhatIf Monster plushie & book set