Keepin the Book Drive Alive
We were lucky enough to provide our expert moving assistance for such a great cause! Here is some feedback we received after we helped Loveland High School and their Book Drive Competition!
Today, Monday, January 18th 2010 Exodus Moving provided a large moving truck to the Loveland High Invisible Children Club for their Book Drive Competition. I am so very thankful for the Exodus Moving staff and special thanks go out to Ilan Levy for providing such great service free of charge and on such short notice. Ilan’s driver was incredibly kind and helpful. Without that truck we would have had to move over one hundred 30+ lbs boxes from Loveland High to a storage unit near the Loveland/Fort Collins Airport in over 10 trips because we didn’t have access to pickups. Invisible Children is a California-based Non-Profit Organization that is working to end the 24-year-long running war in Northern Uganda. Every year they do a book-drive competition where different schools put together “teams” and raise books. They scan the books’ ISBN codes into a computer system of a partner website of Invisible Children and see if the Website will accept the books for re-selling. All of the money the website raises from re-selling the books that were accepted and sent into the company goes to re-build schools in Uganda. As of now, Loveland High School is in 2nd Place out of the entire world. The top 3 schools get the chance to send one representative to Uganda, Africa over the summer. Ilan Levy’s contribution to our Invisible Children Team has helped us send out books quickly and efficiently so we can continue to work to stay in the top 3 and win a trip to Uganda! Thanks so much to Exodus Moving!!