Do you have a Kindle that you’d like to give to a worthy cause? Donate it to my students! (See below.)
Founded in 2011, the Kindle Classroom Project promotes the love and power of reading by providing Kindles and good books to high school students in San Francisco and Oakland.
There have been 1,400 Kindles and 930 ebooks donated so far. Thank you, Donors!
Currently, we are accepting Kindle donations (Kindle Keyboards and up — sorry, we no longer accept original Kindles and Kindle 2s). If you have a Kindle sitting around and you’re not sure what to do with it, please donate your Kindle to the Kindle Classroom Project! We’d be really appreciative to have it.
It’s easy to donate your Kindle: Just fill out this form and click the Donate button! After you do, I’ll send you an email with more details and next steps.In return, you’ll receive a thank-you letter and your first name featured in an upcoming Iserotope post (unless you’re shy).
Read more about the Kindle Classroom Project:
- Donate your old Kindle to my Classroom
- Books are best in young people’s hands
- Give a student a reading allowance!
- “This Kindle Is For You”
- Worldreader Donates 458 Kindles, Largest Donation in KCP History
- Megabook Initiative Donates 36 Kindles!
- Free Kindle Books and Tips Endorses the KCP
- Kindle Classroom Project receives $2,000 donation!
- 2016: A Huge Year for the Kindle Classroom Project
- Any book, Anytime, Anywhere
- The Journey of a Kindle from Donor to Student
- Kindle Classroom Project featured in Kappan!
- Donate your Kindle this holiday season!
- All Kindle Classroom Posts!
Don’t have a Kindle to donate? There are many ways to contribute. Buy a new Kindle and have it shipped directly. We also accept Kindle e-book donations! Or send us an Amazon gift card or donate money to the project so we can buy books for the donated Kindles. Or go directly to the classroom’s Amazon wishlist! Or tell your friends!