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The Pelican Post

The Pelican Post

Who we are

The Pelican Post (www.pelican-post.org) is a UK-based charity dedicated to supporting literacy and local language reading initiatives in Africa by delivering brand new class sets of appropriate childrens fiction to partnering schools and organisations.

We believe storytelling in classrooms is not only key to improving literacy uptake rates and driving down poverty, but is also essential in developing a child's imagination, aspirations and sense of self-worth.

Below are just few comments from our growing community of supporters; 

"This idea is quite simply brilliant. The Pelican Post is not just about posting a single book but about leaving a legacy that will inspire countless generations of children to learn to read." Lenny Henry, Actor, Comedian and Comic Relief Champion.

"Satisfyingly simple, I hope the Pelican Post continues to inspire young minds far and wide." Julia Donaldson, Childrens Author.

"What is very appealing about the Pelican Post is that I think it is rather nice for children to be able to read stories that they can identify with." Alexander McCall Smith, Author.

"What a great idea - this gives the individual the opportunity to feel that they can make a difference. And the great thing about books is they go on journeys for whoever is going to read that book." Beverley Naidoo, Childrens Author.

"Every now and again a small idea comes along which has the potential to make a big difference. The Pelican Post is one of those." John Humphrys, Journalist, Broadcaster and Author.

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Web Support and Admin

Literacy Research Appeal

Charity details

Registered address
3 Greenfield Cottages,Bentley
Farnham,Surrey
GU10 5HZ

Phone
01420 520 130

info@pelican-post.org

http://www.pelican-post.org

Charity number
1142143

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