About LetsRead4Life.

About Us

This is an initiative by group of students at different geographical locations who want to help bridge the gap between have and have not’s. We want to promote children reading habits and make books accessible to those who want to read it. Together we aim to build a Reading community by making books accessible to thousands of children and spread the joy of reading.

Our Impact on Society

We are committed with this initiative to make books available to the needy and those are in places where quality books are unavailable or/and expensive.
Thanks to the internet and its connectivity, anyone can go to our site and place a request for any book which we will try to fulfill to best of our limits.
We are reaching out to those who have books (donors) and meeting the demands of those who don’t have them (needy). Thus we are bridging the gap of resources.
Books lovers can register as book collection center and receive books and book seekers can contact the collection center and avail the books.
With diminishing libraries our initiative will help to engage people and fulfill the need of libraries.

Our Impact on Environment

If this book goes from one hand to another five times, it saves nearly 14 kg of CO2 equivalent(which would otherwise be released while production of new copies of the book),

thus reducing the carbon footprint manifolds. Additionally, a book when redistributed, saves lot of trees as well that would be cut to make paper, thus it is supporting a sustainable environment as well.

Our Core Team

Amey Gupta

Amey Gupta is from Ashburn, Virginia , currently attending Thomas Jefferson High School for Science and Tech and is active in Computer Science, Debate and Basketball. Amey is a Teaching Coordinator for his school’s Varsity Math Team, Blockchain and Cryptocurrency Club and Congressional Debate Club. Additionally, Amey has created a disabilities helper app that won 2nd in a global hackathon and was pitched to Google. Amey is a driven, fun-loving teenager who genuinely wants to make the world a better place. After high school, he wants to open his own business and make a product that can save lives.

Ishita Gupta

Ishita Gupta of Ashburn, Virginia has attended school in Loudoun County since Preschool and is active in Dance, and Basketball. Ishita is a member of a First Robotics Competition (FRC), is on the Debate team and has competed in various competitions. Ishita is an energetic, optimistic, crazy teenager. After high school, she plans to do her undergraduate in biomedical engineering. Ishita’s favorite advice is, “Being happy doesn’t mean that everything is perfect. It just means that you have decided to look beyond the imperfections.”

Snigdha Gupta

Snigdha Gupta,17 of New Delhi, India is currently completing her final year in Apeejay School and is planning to get undergraduate degree in Computer Science. She has a keen interest in computer coding as well as art. She likes to keep up with new trends and start a few herself too. She believes in ideology of environmentalism and non violence. She believes reading plays an imperative role in an individual's personal growth and it is unfortunate that some portion of our don’t have access to reading resources. Even those who have access are losing interest in reading. This is an initiative that will bring change in current bad reading habits.

With a little help of people who wish to join a noble cause we can . We expect more people to join us as volunteers