Meet My New READ TO SUCCEED LEADERS!
Ready to bring deliveries, pick up donations, and connect with locations in need of books!
Arnav Nawani is a freshman at Columbus Academy. Arnav has partnered with Read to Succeed and along with his friends has held 3 book drives and in total collected over 1,300 books. Arnav takes part in school musicals, is a part of the National Junior Honors Society, and loves playing tennis.
Arnav shares: "I believe in Read to Succeed because it gives the chance to read to so many more children. Reading can open doors and impact children’s lives in extraordinary ways. This program means so much to me because reading brings out the creativity in me and makes want to learn more, and everyone should have that opportunity."
Abby Worly is Sophomore at New Albany High school. Her hobbies include dancing at Broadway Bound Dance Center, baking, and spending time with her family and friends! Abby has been apart of the Read to Succeed Foundation for over 3 years now, and has collected and donated over 15,000 books!
Abby shares: "Ever since I was younger, I have always loved learning through reading! I can’t wait to share some of my favorite books with other kids that I will be collecting and donating! I am so grateful for this opportunity to work with Emily and the Read To Succeed Foundation!” “I have met so many incredible people through this experience and can’t wait to continue this journey!”
Lauren Eckes is a Sophomore at New Albany High School. She plays for the school tennis team, loves skiing, snowboarding, and water skiing. Lauren partnered with Read to Succeed for her bat mitzvah project last May where she collected over 500 books and this summer she has continued collecting book donations.
Lauren shares: "This organization is special because it’s something that many people can contribute to and it can impact others greatly. Everyone deserves the benefits of reading! This is also a local organization and I love the idea of helping the community that I live in. "