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Read for the Record with Justin Bieber!

Justin Bieber loves to read! It's true! He just made a pledge to Jumpstart - a charitable organization - to support its Read for the Record Campaign, which brings kids and adults all over the world together on October 7, 2010, and gets them reading! The campaign aims to raise awareness about literacy (which is the ability to read), especially as it affects kids in low-income neighbourhoods. So join Justin on October 7 and get reading!


How to Participate

The first step is to Pledge to Read, like Justin did, by visiting readfortherecord.org/pledge. After that you can make a donation to Jumpstart through readfortherecord.org/donate and/or start your own Online Book Drive.


Campaign Goals

The goal is to get 2.5 Million kids reading the same book (this year it's Ezra Jack Keats’s The Snowy Day) on the same day, and to raise $2 million! You can help by Pledging to Read!


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