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  • Leadership | ImaginationLibraryCo

    JACK TATE Presidente y director ejecutivo, miembro de la junta Durante su tiempo como senador en la Asamblea General de Colorado, Jack Tate desarrolló un historial de ser un campeón del éxito y las oportunidades para todos los habitantes de Colorado, cumpliendo con el tema de su campaña de "Chicken in Every Pot, Book on Every Shelf, Peces en todos los arroyos ". Con más de 20 años de experiencia en liderazgo ejecutivo, Jack está emocionado de defender un esfuerzo que coloca a los niños en el camino correcto hacia el éxito desde sus primeras experiencias, entendiendo que todo niño sueña con crecer para ser la mejor versión de sí mismo, sueños que a menudo comienzan en libros. El libro favorito de Jack cuando era niño era Millones de gatos. Tiene un MBA en Marketing y una Maestría en Finanzas. Josephine Metoyer Chair of Board of Directors For over 30 years Jo Metoyer has been a K-12 education advocate, volunteering for and serving those school districts where she raised her 6 children - including over 23 years in Colorado at Cherry Creek School District. Jo’s core beliefs are that education is the foundation of a free society in our country and that every child has the right to access to quality education. Learning to read is the core building block of any later education, and the Imagination Library supports this vital activity in a child’s life. Graduating from Wilmington National University with a degree in business management and marketing, Jo works as an account executive for a large global energy savings company supporting school districts, community colleges and other public entities throughout Colorado driving safe, healthy, sustainable, energy efficient buildings while supporting Colorado’s decarbonization initiatives. A Chicago native, she has lived in Colorado for 25 years, raised 6 kids in southeast Aurora, and now resides in Severance slightly rural living. Jo loves spending time with family, her fur-babies and traveling. Her favorite children’s book is a tie between Love You Forever – by Robert Munsch and If The Shoe Fits – by Alison Jackson LAURA DOUGLAS director de operaciones Durante ella ... SARA RANDALL Director de Relaciones con Afiliados, Miembro de la Junta Durante más de 15 años, Sara ha estado involucrada en esfuerzos comunitarios que se enfocan en servicios directos y de red de seguridad. Después de cofundar Imagination Library of Denver en 2015, Sara vio de primera mano lo esenciales que son las bibliotecas domésticas sólidas para los bebés y los niños, y el increíble impacto que tiene el simple hecho de enviar libros por correo a los hogares en la cultura de lectura de una familia. Rápidamente se hizo evidente que todos los niños de Colorado deberían tener acceso a este programa: para construir una comunidad dentro de los niños de kindergarten y aumentar la preparación escolar. Todos los días bebe su taza de ambición y entrega libros increíbles. El libro favorito de Sara cuando era niña era Lucky Day de Miss Mopp. Jeff Bridges Vice-Chair of Board of Directors Colorado Senator Jeff Bridges represents South Metro Denver, the community where he and his brilliant wife AnnMarie grew up and where they live with their floppy dog Walt. Working across the aisle, Bridges sponsored and passed bipartisan legislation to provide full day Kindergarten to every Colorado kid, guarantee paid sick leave for every working Coloradan, and establish the Middle Income Housing Authority to keep Colorado affordable for folks like nurses, teachers, and firefighters. Before his election to the legislature, Bridges handled military and small business policy as a Legislative Assistant for US Senator Ken Salazar and also ran public affairs for Union Theological Seminary. He earned a bachelor's degree from Kenyon College and a Master of Divinity from Harvard. Bridges currently serves on the Joint Budget Committee and chairs the Senate Appropriations Committee. Bridges' favorite book as a kid was the same as Dolly's: The Little Engine That Could . That and the incomparable The Monster at the End of This Book . Spoiler alert: it was Grover the whole time! (Bridges reports feeling true terror during the first read-through, but trusted his mother not to do anything that might actually hurt Grover.) Melissa Osse Board Member Melissa Osse is an experienced government relations executive with 20 years’ experience in working across various government and business industry sectors. She worked on the original Colorado READ Act (HB12-1238) to ensure literacy education for early elementary grade students to master the reading and literacy skills necessary to meet read at grade level by the time they get to 4th grade. In her current roles as VP, Government Relations for HCA Healthcare she oversees the development of all state and local legislative priorities, political strategies and healthcare policy decisions in multiple states for the Continental Division. An active member of her community, Melissa participates in several business and charitable organizations including the Board of Directors for the Food Bank of the Rockies. She lives in Parker with her two sons, Cooper and Owen and dog Jasmine. When not working Melissa loves to cook, traveling with friends and spending time with her boys. Her favorite children’s books include Good Night Moon – by Margaret Wise Brown, of which she can recite from memory and the Dragons Love Tacos series by Adam Rubin. Jenifer Waller Board Member As Chief Executive Officer and President of the Colorado Bankers Association, Jenifer Waller is a champion of banking advocacy. From her long career both at CBA and as a bank examiner for the Colorado Division of Banking, she understands the pivotal role that financial literacy plays in the economic success of our community. Waller gives back to the community through her participation in numerous civic and educational programs, including acting as a trustee for Graduate School of Banking and her work with the Compliance Alliance. When she is not working, she enjoys spending time with her sons Joe and Travis and husband Doug. Her favorite children’s book is Are You My Mother by P.D. Eastman. A very close second is the Harry Potter series which she read together with her children. Eve Lieberman Board Member Eve Lieberman has nearly 15 years of experience as a senior strategist, policy and legislative expert, and leading teams to success. She currently serves as the Chief Policy Advisor and Legislative Counsel for Governor Jared Polis. In her current capacity, she manages the legislative, policy and federal affairs teams and has overseen many successful Governor early childhood priorities, including the establishment of Imagination Library of Colorado. Eve earned her undergraduate degree from the University of Michigan and attended law school at the George Washington University Law School. Eve lives in Denver with her husband and two children - both of whom are huge fans of the Imagination Library books they receive each month. Amy Grolnick Board Member Amy is a former language arts teacher who hoped to communicate her love of language and literature to her students. After staying home to raise her three kids for some time, Amy pivoted to her next career in Human Resources where she served as an executive and consultant for high growth, Colorado-based companies. Amy is passionate about the Imagination Library’s mission given her education background and belief in the power of the written word. Amy holds a BA in English from Wesleyan University and Master of Arts in Teaching from Brown University. In her free time, Amy enjoys playing tennis, running and walking with her dogs and husband, heading to the mountains for skiing and hiking, and of course, reading. Amy’s favorite childhood books were What is Your Favorite Smell My Dear , Charlotte’s Web and all the Nancy Drew mysteries. Jim Smallwood Board Member Jim Smallwood is a business consultant and Colorado State Senator, elected in 2016. He represents State Senate District 4 in Douglas County which encompasses the communities of Castle Rock, Larkspur, Parker, Franktown, and Castle Pines. Senator Smallwood is the current chairman of the Legislative Audit Committee, the ranking member and former chairman of the Senate Health and Human Services Committee, the former vice-chairman of the Senate Finance Committee, and a former member of the Business Labor and Technology and Appropriations Committees. Prior to being elected, Jim owned and managed several businesses related to employee benefits including an insurance brokerage firm, a third-party benefits administration firm, a COBRA administration firm and an HR consulting firm. He formerly serviced on the Colorado Advisory Council for Persons with Disabilities, along with several councils and advisory panels assembled by state and national insurance companies. Jim and his wife have lived in Douglas County since 1996 and have raised their three sons in Parker. His favorite children’s books are Amelia Bedelia and Dream Snow Danielle Lammon Board Member Danielle Lammon is the agency owner of Danielle Shannon Insurance Agency and has been very active in the Aurora community in many roles, including: as an appointed board member and Chair for the City of Aurora Citizens Advisory Budget Committee; as President of the Rotary Club of Aurora, where she is the program director of Dolly Parton’s Imagination Library Aurora; as a member of the board of Directors for the Imagination Library Colorado statewide program which expands equal access to books in the home, promoting early childhood literacy and kindergarten readiness throughout the state; and as chair of the Spina Bifida Association of Colorado. She is also part of the Aurora Chamber of Commerce Ambassador Team and a graduate of Leadership Aurora. Over the last five years, Danielle created and built the only Sensory Garden in Aurora with her leadership team & staff. As part of her work with her Rotary club, they built the first Inclusive Playground in the City of Aurora that serves children with disabilities and adults and veterans. Danielle consistently empowers others to make a positive impact in their community. JOSH HANFLING Miembro de la Junta Joshua Hanfling es cofundador de Sewald Hanfling Public Affairs, una empresa de cabildeo de Colorado. Es el presidente fundador de la Biblioteca de la imaginación de Denver. Su enfoque principal sin fines de lucro es la seguridad pública y la educación en Denver. También se desempeña como Cónsul Honorario del Reino de Marruecos para Colorado. Ghislaine Bruner Board Member Ghislaine Torres Bruner is an attorney at Polsinelli, focused on assisting clients in developing and implementing effective business strategies, including the anticipation of possible disputes, litigation and plans for early resolution.

  • Dolly Parton | Imagination Library of Colorado | Denver

    BIBLIOTECA DE IMAGINACIONES DE COLORADO La misión de la Biblioteca de imaginación de Colorado es aumentar la alfabetización al garantizar que todos los niños pequeños en todo el estado puedan participar en la Biblioteca de imaginación de Dolly Parton. - Creemos que la lectura comienza al nacer , que los beneficios de una biblioteca en casa van más allá de los libros y que los padres y tutores son el primer y mejor maestro de un niño. - Al proporcionar libros sin costo a las familias , Imagination Library aumenta las tasas de alfabetización infantil, fomenta el amor por los libros y promueve una cultura de la lectura entre todas las familias de Colorado. ​ Biblioteca de imaginación de Dolly Parton: amada por las familias, validada por la investigación By providing books every month at no cost to families , the Imagination Library increases childhood literacy rates, fosters a love of books, and promotes a culture of reading among all families in Colorado. Dolly Parton's Imagination Library: loved by families, validated by research INSCRIBIRSE RECIBE UN LIBRO GRATIS UNA VEZ AL MES Continuar DONAR AYÚDENOS A LLEGAR A CADA NIÑO EN COLORADO Continuar LITERATURA APRENDA POR QUÉ TEMPRANO ASUNTOS DE ALFABETIZACIÓN Continuar NOTICIAS MANTÉNGASE AL DÍA DE LOS LIBROS, EVENTOS Y OTRAS DIVERSIONES Continuar APOYAR LA ALFABETIZACIÓN DE LA PRIMERA INFANCIA Por los números ​ 13,200 niños de Colorado reciben un libro cada mes 158 millones de libros y contando se han entregado desde 2005 a niños menores de 5 años. Los niños inscritos en DPIL tienen un 30% más de probabilidades Actualmente, Colorado tiene 26 programas de afiliados locales que prestan servicios en 22 condados. Nuestro objetivo es tener afiliados en los 64 condados de Colorado para 2023 Los libros de Imagination Library son títulos de alta calidad especialmente seleccionados para su edad. Estos libros se entregan a los niños registrados cada mes desde el nacimiento hasta los cinco años. Cada uno está personalizado con el nombre del niño y se envía por correo directamente a la casa del niño. Este esfuerzo crea una experiencia de obsequio que hace que los libros sean emocionantes y le muestra al niño que alguien está pensando en ellos. El Comité de Selección de Libros Blue Ribbon selecciona varios títulos bilingües en inglés / español cada año. VER LISTA

  • News | ImaginationLibraryCo

    Actualización de las noticias News Inaugural Quarterly Report is here! After securing the contract from the State, we are happy to report our first overview of the first few months. While we work closely with the Colorado Department of Education and the State Librarian's office to expand sustainably so that all local affiliates can continue to serve their communities. If you have questions about the quartely report, please email us at ​ Read Report Here Imagination Library of Colorado recibe el estatus de exención de impuestos La Biblioteca de la imaginación de Colorado recibió el estatus de exención de impuestos bajo 501c3 del Código de Rentas Internas Más Governor Polis Proclaims November as Family Literacy Month for Launch of Imagination Library in Colorado The state of Colorado recognizes the Month of November as time for each family to focus on reading and early literacy skills. Click more to view the Proclamation More Imagination Library of Colorado Launches to Provide Books to Kids across The Centennial State Dolly Parton's Imagination Library is launches statewide program to build affiliates in every county. The first year Imagination Library of Colorado will focus on: Partnering with local communities to bring Imagination Library programs to new counties. Our local partners are the heart of the program. They promote the program online and at in-person events, fundraise, and enroll children who live within their geographical area. More Colorado Awards Imagination Library of Colorado Contract Awarded in September of 2021, the contract begins mid October building a statewide network of nonprofits managing Dolly Parton's Imagination Library. The goal is to create an affiliate in every Colorado county and enroll 60% of children birth to 5. For more information, read an article on The Denver Post. More Gobernador firma el proyecto de ley del Senado 20-185 El gobernador de Colorado, Jared Polis, promulgó el Proyecto de Ley Senatorial 20-185, creando así el Programa de la Biblioteca de Imaginación de Colorado. El senador Jack Tate, uno de los patrocinadores principales del proyecto de ley, estuvo detrás del gobernador. Más Imagination Library of Colorado Receives Tax Exempt Status Imagination Library of Colorado Receives Tax Exempt Status under 501c3 of the Internal Revenue Code. More

  • CONTACT | ImaginationLibraryCo

    Comuníquese con la Biblioteca de la imaginación de Colorado General 711 Park Ave W Denver CO 80205 Teléfono: (720) 443-1026 a través de las redes sociales Envíanos una nota! Enviar ¡Gracias por contactarnos! ​ Para Autores: Dollywood Foundation tiene un contrato exclusivo con Penguin Random House. Solo los libros publicados por PRH pueden incluirse en la Biblioteca de imaginación de Dolly Parton. Esta asociación crea un programa rentable para las filiales locales. Gracias por su interés. ​ Books Books Dolly Parton Kids

  • Become An Affiliate | ImaginationLibraryCo

    Give the Gift of Books to Children in Your County Steps to Become An Affiliate Step 1: Check Availability If you’re interested in starting an affiliate program for the children in your community, first check to see if the Imagination Library is already offered in your community. What do you need to consider to get started? Partnering with a Non-profit (501c3): We mail IL books at special non-profit mailing rates, and a non-profit partner must be involved to qualify for these rates. Registration & Enrollment Plans: How will your organization grow enrollment? The Imagination Library of Colorado staff can help you grow your program sustainably. Funding: You will need to identify financial support to sustainably cover the wholesale cost of the books and mailing. You will need to identify your service area and eligible 0-5 population. How much funding do you need for an Imagination Library program? Decide on the geographical area you think you would like to cover – such as a county, city, school district or zip code(s). The goal of Imagination Library of Colorado, and the State of Colorado is to have one affiliate in each of Colorado’s 64 counties so that all children in Colorado have access to enroll in DPIL Find the 0-5 population from a census website. Try FactFinder Enter the 0-5 population into the Cost Estimator on the DPIL website. (DPIL utilizes the most current Census data) The State of Colorado passed legislation subsidizing the cost of the monthly book invoice at 50%. Common financial supporters/non-profit partner: Service Clubs (Rotary, Kiwanis, Junior League, etc.) Friends of the Library Local foundations Local businesses Chambers of Commerce Individual donors School Districts Community Foundation Fiscal Agents Start your own 501c3 Step 2: Putting the Pieces in place Contact the Imagination Library of Colorado staff at to discuss your options Talk through service area & cost Work with ILCO and connect with Pam Hunsaker, DPIL Regional Director to complete the DPIL Affiliate Memorandum of Agreement Get the ILCO sample Memorandum of Agreement and New Affiliate Information Sheet – the two documents that we’ll put in place to outline our relationship and capture key information NOTE: all Colorado affiliates must complete a Colorado and Dolly Parton’s Imagination Library (DPIL) Memorandum of Agreement Step 3: Build your team Key roles to consider: Chairperson – a person to coordinate the effort Fundraising – to sustainably identify and collect local funds Enrollment – plan where and how to enroll children, oversee registration brochure distribution (if using) and marketing campaigns Database – entering new registrations, accepting pending online registrations, updating addresses, utilizing reports in the Book Order System (BOS) Community Outreach – collaborate with other local organizations and coalitions. Also may collect undeliverable books from your local post office Family Engagement – plans efforts to encourage parents to better engage their children through DPIL books and read more often *TIP – Also consider engaging other community partners to build coalitions and collective impact strategies. Ask your Regional Director for help with ideas and informative docs. Step 4: Fundraising Budget Engage your support team for contacts Consider putting together an advisory council to assist Identify potential funding partners and begin meeting with them *NOTE– At this point you should have a good plan outlined: an idea of the funds you will need, community details/facts and partners who are willing to help – this will all help make your ask more clear and direct. Step 5: Complete and Submit Required Affiliate Documents Return completed Memorandum of Agreement (MOA) and New Affiliate Information Sheet to Colorado’s Director of Affiliate Relations and the MOA to the DPIL. Affiliate Regional Director Submit USPS form 3623 or 3624 (if non-profit hasn’t already done so) to local post office and return the non-profit authorization code to your Regional Director You'll receive access to the Book Order System to learn the enrollment and mailing process Step 6: Make Final Preparations and Launch! BOOK ORDER SYSTEM LOGIN Receive your Book Order System login information and operations manual. Work with Colorado’s Director of Affiliate Relations to answer any questions and provide support to your organization. The database is not difficult to manage, but does take some time to learn. IMAGINATION LIBRARY PROFILE You will need to update your profile on the BOS portal so that the book return labels are correct, parents can contact you to edit or add registrations. You may include the name of your sponsor on the monthly labels if you choose. (recommended) ENROLL CHILDREN You may now enter registrations into the BOS. Email us to switch to Operating status when you are ready to begin accepting online registrations and start mailing books! WEBSITE Your affiliate information will be able to be accessed via the Imagination Library national website. You aren’t required to create, pay for, host your own website. Please contact ILCO for more information. COMMUNICATING WITH PARENTS: Set up a mail chimp account so that your organization can communicate with parents. While you are restricted from ever asking parents for donations, you can communicate program information, community events and resources, or share exciting milestones. LAUNCH Think about planning a launch event to build awareness and excitement. Consider working with ILCO to plan outreach and awareness. RESOURCES FROM DPIL & CO Utilize available resources: Promotional materials available via DPIL & ILCO Grant writing advice, Director of Operations & Grants Colorado’s Director of Affiliate Relations Imagination Library Affiliate Network

  • Reading to Your Child | ImaginationLibraryCo

    A los 0-24 MESES ¿Por qué es importante la comunicación del bebé al nacer? Las señales no verbales como el contacto visual, los arrullos, el llanto y la escucha son el "lenguaje" de su bebé para decirle sus necesidades, deseos y sentimientos. Cuando los padres responden a los gestos de su bebé, están construyendo la arquitectura misma de su cerebro, lo que determina la base para el desarrollo futuro del lenguaje, la comunicación y las relaciones. La interacción "servir y devolver" da forma al cerebro Todo lo que necesita hacer es sonreír, hablar, cantar, leer, jugar y responderle a su bebé. Se llama interacción "servir y devolver". Este proceso de ida y vuelta es fundamental para el cableado del cerebro, especialmente en los primeros años. Las interacciones de servicio y devolución ayudan a los padres a crear un entorno seguro para los bebés, y ayudan a los bebés a darse cuenta de que están siendo atendidos y comprendidos. Temas y conceptos Énfasis en el desarrollo de la vista y la visión con texto grande y colores brillantes. Enseñar habilidades sensoriales a través del tacto con páginas gruesas de cartón Rima y ritmo de palabras en un estilo repetitivo. Texto diario simple y fácil de usar para el desarrollo de vocabulario Texto mínimo con ilustraciones atractivas de "señalar y decir" Sonidos divertidos de personajes cotidianos y texto para cantar para mejorar las habilidades auditivas Temas de crianza y apego en patrones de cantar canciones Consejos para probar Ayude a su bebé a explorar el libro. Deje que su bebé pase las páginas, lo agarre o incluso lo muerda. Señale imágenes interesantes y tómese el tiempo para hacer preguntas mientras lee. Di: "Mira la mariposa". Cúbralo y pregunte: "¿Dónde está la mariposa?" Descúbrelo y di: "¡Peek-a-boo butterfly!" Permanezca en una página mientras su bebé esté interesado. Pase la página o deje de leer cuando su bebé mire hacia otro lado o parezca cansado o aburrido. Lea con alegría y entusiasmo. Usa diferentes voces para diferentes personajes. Haga preguntas que su hijo pueda responder señalando. Puedes decir: "¿Dónde está el perrito?" o "¿Dónde está el bebé feliz?" o "¿Quién dice miau?" Imite los sonidos que hace su hijo mientras mira una imagen. Luego agregue una frase muy corta, como, "Muu, la vaca dice muu". Copie sus reacciones al libro que están disfrutando juntos. Hablar en oraciones lentas y cortas y esperar a que su hijo se turne para hablar le ayuda a entender. Deje que su niño pequeño le dé un nombre a una imagen; luego agregue un comentario como: “¡Sí, un avión! El avion esta volando. El avión está volando en el cielo ". Ayude a su hijo a fingir ser un personaje de un libro. Pueden fingir que alimentan a un bebé o que son cachorros, ladrando y corriendo uno detrás del otro. A los 2-3 AÑOS Temas y conceptos Continuar con los conceptos sensoriales desde el primer año y desarrollarlos, como las habilidades visuales, auditivas y táctiles. Repetición de palabras cotidianas para desarrollar el vocabulario. Previsibilidad de las líneas argumentales para generar conversación y participación. Desarrollo de habilidades motoras y accesibilidad para que el niño sostenga y pase las páginas. Énfasis en las actividades de “autoayuda”: cosas que los niños pueden hacer, cosas familiares en su vida diaria para desarrollar la historia. Uso de una ilustración fotográfica real que el niño puede reconocer. Canciones infantiles familiares con un enfoque en la conciencia del cuerpo, enseñando al niño las partes básicas del cuerpo. Enseñar colores, letras y números básicos Consejos para probar Acurrúquese con su hijo en su regazo. Mire a su hijo mientras lee. Deje que su hijo lidere. ¡Lectura activa! En la lectura activa, un adulto comparte un libro de imágenes con un niño y le brinda al niño múltiples oportunidades para hablar e interactuar con las imágenes, palabras e ideas del libro. HAGA CLIC AQUÍ para obtener excelentes recursos sobre lectura activa. Pídale a su hijo que señale cosas en las imágenes y hable sobre ellas. Utilice las imágenes para enseñar nuevas palabras. Di: “¿Ves la trompeta? Una trompeta es un instrumento ruidoso que hace música ". Luego finge tocar la trompeta. Haz preguntas sobre la historia. "¿Qué están haciendo los osos en esta imagen?" Haga una pausa y luego ayude a su hijo a responder. Deje espacio para que su hijo invente cosas. Representa partes de la historia. Utilice la historia para iniciar una conversación sobre algo que usted y su hijo han hecho juntos. Inicie una conversación repitiendo una palabra importante que su hijo acaba de decir y espere a que su hijo diga algo más. ¡Lee con alegría y entusiasmo! Usa diferentes voces para diferentes personajes. Cuente imágenes y espere a que su hijo repita los números después de usted. A los 4-5 AÑOS Temas y conceptos Historias y personajes más complejos que presentan conflictos y resolución de héroes. Materia más seria, enseñar la diversidad de los demás, el medio ambiente y la tolerancia de diferentes culturas. Historias divertidas con tramas divertidas. Continuación de rimas infantiles conocidas y repetición de poesía. Centrarse en la preparación y preparación para la escuela Use acertijo (imágenes utilizadas para palabras) para desarrollar la comprensión de lectura Introducción de títulos de no ficción y cuentos populares tradicionales Énfasis moral en la gratitud y el aprecio. Consejos para probar Leer con expresión, usando diferentes voces para diferentes personajes. Enfatice los ritmos y las rimas en los cuentos. Anime a su hijo a repetir lo que usted dice, comentarlo y hacer preguntas. Coloque los libros en un área accesible para los niños y déle la oportunidad de elegir sus propios libros para la hora del cuento. Lee historias una y otra vez. Aproveche la oportunidad para familiarizar a su hijo con el alfabeto. Pídale a su hijo que le cuente sobre las imágenes y la historia. Señale los colores, las formas, los números y las letras y pídale que los busque en los libros que están leyendo juntos. Señale las palabras escritas en el mundo que lo rodea, como en las señales de tráfico y en las etiquetas de los alimentos en el supermercado. Pídale a su hijo que busque una palabra nueva cada vez que salgan juntos.

  • Volunteer | ImaginationLibraryCo

    Voluntario ¡Estamos encantados de que le gustaría ofrecer su tiempo como voluntario en la Biblioteca de la imaginación de Colorado mientras comenzamos un nuevo capítulo en la alfabetización de la primera infancia! Visite nuestro localizador de bibliotecas de imaginación local en para encontrar a su coordinador local y comuníquese con ellos. ¡Podrán instruirlo sobre cómo puede ayudar en nuestro trabajo en su comunidad local! ​ El registro, la recaudación de fondos y los embajadores de la comunidad son todas formas en las que puede apoyar a los afiliados de Colorado. ​ Estamos muy agradecidos por los defensores de la alfabetización como usted en todo Colorado que están haciendo que nuestro programa sea un éxito.

  • Check Availability | ImaginationLibraryCo

    Bibliotecas de imaginación de afiliados locales Dolly Parton's Imagination Library has launched a Colorado statewide program to build sustainably funded affiliates in every county. ​ The first year Imagination Library of Colorado will focus on partnering with local communities to bring Imagination Library programs to new counties and support current affiliates to expand their service area. ​ There may not be an affiliate in your neighborhood just yet, but we are working hard to expand and connect with local champions to launch affiliates. Please check the availability below. If you'd like to be notified when an affiliate opens in the area please sign up with your email via ​ Visit Become an Affiliate to learn what it takes to launch in your community or financially support your local affiliate.

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