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our history

The impact of these previous campaigns are both immediate and ongoing - allowing generations of children to see themselves in stories.

On The Same Page works with Boston Public Schools building libraries and filling them with inclusive, diverse book.

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Our Spring 2021 Campaign

In spring 2021, Emerson's Nonprofit fundraising campaign class worked with Excel High School in Southie. The Emerson student team launched this campaign that resulted in 400+ new diverse and inclusive books being donated by supporters.

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Our Fall 2020 Campaign

Students in Emerson College's Nonprofit Fundraising Campaigns class worked with McCormack Middle School in Dorchester to provide them with 325 books that reflect the student population.

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Our Spring 2020 Campaign

In 2020 the class worked with New Mission High School in Hyde Park. Four students from NMHS worked with the class to create engaging videos in which the students explained the need for inclusive books. The campaign resulted in 350 books being donated to the school. As the campaign took place during COVID-19, the books received were distributed to students at home by NMHS director Cory McCarthy.

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Our Fall 2019 Campaign

On The Same Page ran its first inclusive book campaign supporting the George H. Conley Elementary School for its official launch. The campaign went live on April 2, 2019 and allowed supporters to donate books via a wish list to the school. Emerson College Nonprofit Fundraising Campaign students along with founder and professor Cathryn Edelstein collected 400+ donated books for the elementary school students, far exceeding the goal.