DALLAS, GA — A Georgia-based literacy organization has received a $2,500 donation through a Dallas insurance agent to provide free, high-quality books to Paulding County children.
Ferst Readers announced that it had received the money from State Farm Insurance through Suzanne Whitworth, one of the company’s Dallas agents.
Children enrolled in Ferst Readers receive a new book mailed to them at home every month from birth until their fifth birthday. Along with each book, parents receive resources that explain how to help their children become successful readers, all at no cost to the family.
According to Ferst’s website, participating publishers include HarperCollins, Peachtree Publisher and Our Rainbow Press.
Whitworth, who opened her State Farm agency in 2019, said she was “ecstatic” to give to Ferst Readers through her business.
“My family has been blessed with beautiful books from Ferst Readers since 2010 for both of our children,” Whitworth said. “Our daughter just turned five and received her final book.”
Ferst Readers, a nonprofit based in Madison, Georgia, has been active in Paulding County since 2016. The program is made possible by an all-volunteer Paulding County…
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