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Share a book at SM up to July 7
by Press release

Share the joy and value of reading to children nationwide through The SM Store‘s #ShareMovement Donate-A-Book project.

Books help shape a child’s imagination and creativity. Books are also powerful tools to fight poverty and inspire young minds to dream big and become young achievers. This is because books are like manuals of life – they lead us to a future filled with confidence and fortitude.

Through The SM Store’s #ShareMovement – the official umbrella campaign of The SM Store Corporate Social Responsibility chain – Donate-a-Book project, shoppers and customers can now have the chance to donate new books, pre-loved books and brand new school supplies from May 20 to July 7.

In this joint project of The SM Store and SM Stationery, booths have been set up in all The SM Store branches nationwide where customers can drop their donations and share the gift of reading to the less fortunate.

Each donation entitles a customer with a P50 discount coupon which can be redeemed for every minimum P500 single-receipt purchase on regular-priced items from the SM Stationery section at The SM Store. Coupons are valid from May 20 to July 8, 2020.

Drop by the nearest Donate-a-Book booth now located in all The SM Store branches nationwide and share your love for books to those who need them most.

Donate-A-Book is one of the ways The SM Store and its customers work together to do their share for the less fortunate. Other upcoming #ShareMovement projects include: Share Your Extras, Gamot Para Sa Kapwa and Share-A-Toy.


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