• “It’s Fun to have Fun..” Cat in the Hat – Madison, OH (August 2018)
  • Fire Station – Robert E. Lundigan Park; Burbank, CA (July 2018)
  • Aeronautical Theme- Vickroy Park; Burbank CA (July 2018)
  • Nature Everywhere – Johnny Carson Park; Burbank, CA (July 2018)
  • Cat in The Hat – (Kiwanis Sacramento West – Riverbank Elementary (June 16, 2018)

Bingo & Books –  October 13, 2018

Join us for a night of fun & fundraising

WHEN:  Saturday; October 13th 6-10pm

WHERE:  Pickwick Gardens; Burbank, CA

RESERVE YOUR SPOT online today at our Square Store

$45 (includes dinner, 1 drink, a 2-card bingo card & bingo dauber)

Additional 2-game and 4-game cards can be purchased

(2-game $10 / 4-game $20)                                                             HOSTED BY:  Nikki Licious

   

Proceeds go towards our Be A Book Hero™ project to give away more books to kids

 

Be A Book Hero™ Book Distribution & Reading

June 24th 9am – 4pm

The Kiwanis Literacy Club will be distributed free books to kids and having book readings throughout the day.  Our Book Heroes will be out in force (and in costume) to share our passion for reading.   Let’s see how many imaginations we can unlock at this event. 

Come out and join us!  Our booth at: 9540 Van Nuys Blvd, Panorama City, CA 91402.  

Bringing Rotary & Kiwanis Together For Literacy (May 2018)

Our team has been working for almost 3 years to make this project happen and it did on Friday May 11, 2018.  We partnered with Burbank Sunrise Rotary and Burbank Rotary Club  to build 4 amazing libraries.  They will be placed in 4 parks in Burbank (Mountain View Park , Vickroy Park, Lundigan Park & Johnny Carson Park).  The themes are:  Horse Barn, Aviation, Nature & Firetrucks.  Our master builder once again is knocking it out of the park on these book boxes!  We appreciate the help from all our volunteers from Kiwanis Literacy Club of Southern California and Kiwanis Club of Burbank Noon.

When it comes to inspiring children through literacy and seeding book deserts™ it doesn’t matter what your club name is (Rotary or Kiwanis), you

       

  

  

October 4, 2017

Since The Literacy Club Foundation’s inception in 2015, we have been on a mission to provide books to kids to unlock their imagination & lives.   To date we have created over 50 amazing book boxes, as well as, given away over 50,000 brand new books to kids throughout Los Angeles.  We believe investing in Literacy is the greatest investment we make in our future.

On October 4, 2017, we became the first ever Kiwanis Literacy Club of Southern California creating even greater opportunities to even more books to kids.    We are doing this through our Be A Book Hero™ project with a goal to give away another 20,000 books in 2018.

Check out some of the people who decided to take this journey with us.   Special thanks to Kiwanis Cal-Nev-Ha Lt Governors Valarie Brown-Klingelhoefer & Alan Guire who helped to guide us through the process of creating Kiwanis Literacy Club.     It really was an amazing night celebrating the power of books

   

December 2017

Books & spreading some holiday cheer.  The team gave away over 1,000 books to several events and our co-founders once again pulled out the red suits and transformed into Santa & Mrs Claus.   Lots of smiles & hugs were had  by all and we look forward to even more next year.  This year we supported events at LAPD Van Nuys; LAPD Rampart; USC Public Safety Breakfast with Santa and Councilman Paul Krekorian’s Holiday Toy Drive.

 

 

 

 




Being Stewards

The Literacy Club doesn't just build a library and leave it, we stay connected to each library and location. We are always ready to help with replenishing new books or doing maintenance to keep the library looking great so it can continue to inspire. Check out some of the recent restocking and maintenance the team has done.