SBCS’ child well-being programs help San Diego children and families build healthy foundations to ensure a bright future. Reading is at the cornerstone of these programs; SBCS is proud to partner with local organizations to increase access to Little Free Library, a community-based book exchange program.
On September 4, SBCS joined County of San Diego Supervisor and Vice Chair Nora Vargas, Chula Vista Councilmember Andrea Cardenas, San Diego County Library and San Diego Council on Literacy during a ribbon cutting ceremony at Lauderbach Park.
“Literacy and resources in this community are available in part because of our resident leaders and Promotores,” said SBCS President and CEO Kathie Lembo. “They’re the ones who help make this happen. These individuals have done phenomenal things in the community.”
Attendees also connected with resources from our Promotores and other organization, participated in rock painting and received free books from the San Diego County Library.
To find more locations near you, including two SBCS locations, visit https://littlefreelibrary.org/ourmap/.