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Bradwell Institute to help give 1 million books to underserved youth
Academic achievement

Bradwell Institute announced that it will be joining over 30,000 high school students nationwide in an effort to give 1 million books Wednesday to underserved youth in their local communities as part of Chick-fil-A Leader Academy, a national high school leadership program.

Twenty-six students were selected at Bradwell Institute to be a part of the Chick-fil-A Leader Academy. Bradwell Institute is the only high school in Liberty County to be participating in the program.

Students will take part in Chick-fil-A Leader Academy Million Book Giveaway featuring the 1 million book giveaway service project at Bradwell Institute on September 28 and then distribute those books to area elementary schools on September 30. The schools that will receive the books are Waldo Pafford Elementary, Taylors Creek Elementary, Lyman Hall Elementary, Frank Long Elementary, Joseph Martin Elementary and Button Gwinnett Elementary.

The 1 million books are sponsored by Chick-fil-A, Inc. and will be packaged and given by students to local elementary schools. More than 1,000 high schools take part in the seven-month program representing local communities across 43 states.

About Chick-fil-A Leader Academy Chick-fil-A Leader Academy is a national high school leadership program focused on Impact Through Action.

The seven-month program empowers high school students to put leadership principles into practice through several student-led community service projects that culminate in a year end Impact Project.

In Partnership with Chick-fil-A, ADDO created Chick-fil-A Leader Academy to bring a fresh approach to leadership and empower young people to truly make a difference. Learn more at chickfilaleaderacademy. com. ADDO (Latin for “inspire”) is a leadership consulting firm based in Atlanta.

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