Barnes & Noble Bookfair generates awareness for National Adoption Month and local non-prof
Proceeds to benefit Aspiranet REACH Post-Adoption Support Program
Barnes & Noble will support local human services agency Aspiranet for National Adoption Month with a bookfair on Tuesday, Nov. 22.
Customers of all Contra Costa County Barnes & Noble locations will be able to donate a percentage of their book or in-store Starbucks purchases to Aspiranet’s REACH Post-Adoption Support Program when they use Bookfair ID# 11972924 at the register. Patrons may also support the non-profit through their online purchases from Nov. 22-27 when they visit bn.com/bookfairs and enter the ID# at checkout.
Aspiranet REACH is an adoption support program created through a partnership between Contra Costa County Employment and Human Services and Aspiranet. The purpose of Aspiranet REACH is to support and enrich the lives of adopted children and adults in Contra Costa County, as well as others who
have been touched by adoption. For more information about the Aspiranet REACH program, call
(925) 753-2156or visit www.aspiranet.org.
Aspiranet, a nonprofit 501(c)(3) strengthens children, youth, families and communities through seven core programs including: Foster Care, Adoption, Residential, Transition Age Youth, Behavioral Health, Intensive Home Based Services and Family and Community Services throughout 45 locations within California.
Founded in 1975 as a six-bed group home for young boys in Moss Beach, Calif., Aspiranet is one of the most diverse nonprofit social service agencies in the state. With a statewide network of innovative services, Aspiranet serves more than 10,000 families each year. For more information, please visit www.aspiranet.org.
Aspiranet, a nonprofit 501(c)(3) strengthens children, youth, families and communities through seven core programs including: Foster Care, Adoption, Residential, Transition Age Youth, Behavioral Health, Intensive Home Based Services and Family and Communi
Nov 08, 2016