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Mall accepting books for learning program
by Press release

Shoppers can continue to share the joys of learning with children who need them most through The SM Store’s Donate-a-Book campaign, which is ongoing at select branches nationwide until Sept. 30.

Donors can share their gift of knowledge through the Donate-a-Book booths where they can donate storybooks, educational, and hobby books that can help spark a child’s curiosity, imagination, and knowledge.

They may also buy through donate and match with Learning Is Fun (LIF) books that are available at The SM Store. 

LIF offers a wide range of books from toddlers to adult categories such as activity books, early learning educational books, cookbooks, reference books, storybooks, inspirational books, and game and toy books. Being the participating partner of the campaign, the company will donate the same number of books sold during the program period.

School supplies are welcome. Shoppers may buy notebook packs of six and school sets that include a backpack, notebooks, rulers, and pens that are available at The SM Stationery section.

In exchange, shoppers will receive P100 discount coupon for every donation made.

The Donate-a-Book campaign began in 1998 as one of SM Foundation’s groundbreaking mall-based programs and has since been part of the SM Store’s community programs, collecting and distributing almost 800,000 books and learning materials through the generosity of The SM Store customers.


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