Develop a goal for your organization :
Your company might set a goal regarding how many books you would like to collect, the number of libraries you plan to complete, or how much money you would like to raise in order to purchase new books. If you have an employee community involvement committee, include them in your goal setting.
Make sure your goal is realistic:
If you are a smaller organization, you might want to focus on only one classroom library or just a portion of a library. You may be able to partner with other small employers to fill an entire classroom library. A reasonable gauge for one classroom library is a minimum of 100 books. How much does building a library usually cost?
Identify local schools that need libraries:
Work with your employees to identify local schools that need classroom libraries and contact them. If you need help identifying a school contact Center for Companies that Care. What should I say when I contact the school?
Develop a marketing and PR plan:
If you want the public to know about your participation in Terrific Tales, develop a marketing and PR plan to get the word out.
Encourage others to participate:
Invite other companies to join you in supporting Terrific Tales. Send them a note about Terrific Tales.