The African Library Project recently received a generous donation of books for their libraries in Africa, but they needed help covering the shipping costs to get the books to their destination. That’s where the Book Drive Organizers stepped in, hosting a movie night fundraiser to raise money for the cause.

The fundraiser, which took place on March 20 at the Sala theater, featured two movies filmed in Africa. Attendees enjoyed a fun night out while supporting a great cause. The Book Drive Organizers were thrilled with the turnout and the amount of money raised.

“We are so grateful to everyone who came out to support us,” said one of the organizers. “It’s amazing to see the community come together to make a difference in the lives of children in Africa.”

The African Library Project is a non-profit organization that helps build libraries in Africa by collecting and shipping donated books. They rely on volunteers and donations to make their work possible.

“We couldn’t do what we do without the support of people like the Book Drive Organizers,” said Chris Bradshaw, founder and executive director of the African Library Project. “Their fundraiser will help us get much-needed books to children in Africa who otherwise may not have access to educational resources.”

If you’re interested in hosting a fundraiser or getting involved with the African Library Project, visit our book drive webpage at

Hosting a movie night fundraiser is a great way to support a good cause while having fun with friends and family. If you’re interested in hosting a similar event for the African Library Project or another organization, consider reaching out to them for more information on how to get started.