MIDDLEFIELD – A 10-year-old girl who has launched two fundraising projects in the past three years to supply school libraries across the state with books representing people of color has already raised $ 4,100 for her efforts.
Draya Gohagon, created a GoFundMe reader, Books that represent all children, this month and to date, has raised $ 2,605 of the $ 1,500 goal. It is the continuation of a successful effort in 2017, Children’s books for all children, which raised donations totaling $ 1,045.
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