Combining the joy of reading with the power of helping others.

We need your help!

Here's what you have to do: Support our Book Collection Drive

Do you have a stock of books not being used anymore, stowed away in some corner of your home? Donate these books for a noble cause, and support our book collection drive.

As a part of our effort to enable every kid to read, we started ‘MyLibrary’ in each of our schools, making books available for children along with regular fun activities. Kids select the books according to their interests. They feel empowered and renewed, and they begin to see new possibilities.

Since its launch in 2011, we established 3 libraries in 3 schools with 1500 books and this initiative has continued to expand, develop new resources, conducting regular reading activities, encourage children to read a wide variety of books and reinforce them to renew their reading spirits.

Where do we get books from?
We collect books from a variety of sources like colleges, schools, corporate teams and individuals who are the important partners in our work to help children discover the joy of reading.

Donate now
We are now associating with respective colleges of the volunteers with Sahaya in Hyderabad and establishing Book collection boxes in their college premises. It would help collect a good number of books by end of this drive.

You can help by donating gently used books or buy and donate through online (On request) and the categories of the books as follows:
  • Rhymes
  • Picture books
  • Beginner Readers:-Fun stories with short chapters.
  • Easy Readers:-Superheroes, popular characters
  • Bilingual books:-Telugu, English
  • Appealing non-fiction titles:-Animals, Fact books, Geography, History, Science, Sports
  • Dictionaries:
    - English to Telugu and Telugu to English
  • Monthly or weekly magazines
Donate a Book. Donate a Smile.

For any queries you can reach us:
Eshwar: 9963532307 | Aditya: 9014088995 | Srikanth: 9247766039

We invite you to visit our website to learn more about Sahaya's activities and initiatives @ and My Library information at


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