Sunday, January 19, 2014

Help Green Branch Get a Bookmobile

Colorful clay animals that talk. Stop-motion animation. A truck-driving owl. A skateboarding bunny. There's much to like about the video that Green Branch created to raise awareness about its fundraiser. What exactly is Green Branch?
 
A peek at what you're in for with Green Branch's whimsical stop-motion video.
Photo from https://www.facebook.com/green.branch.library

Green Branch is a pop-up children's library that is based in Oakland, California. Since 2010, it has been providing books, audiovisual materials, and programs focused on social justice and environmental issues. It operates as a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization, which means that all money raised goes directly to the library, allowing it to expand efforts that include book lending and movement building around such issues as immigrant life, anti-racism, feminism, LGBT rights, community engagement, animal rights, environmentalism, and more.


Children absorbed in Green Branch's offerings in June 2013.
Photo from https://www.facebook.com/green.branch.library

It is currently raising money for a bookmobile, a campaign that has only 9 days left. If you would like to help fund this endeavor, you can do so at THIS LINK.

In the meantime, check out the charming video from Green Branch below.
 
video

No comments:

Post a Comment