1. Managing Director
    LM4M constructed their first library for the ALC Orphanage in Kapileswarapuram, India. The library consisted of over 500 books- including 20 Telegu to English translation dictionaries- and a reading room stocked with chairs and a table. Additionally, the Korumilli twins conducted a meeting with the village elders on their vision for the impact they wished to have on the community.
  2. Managing Director
    LM4M revisited Kapileswarapuram to donate 300 additional books and two laptops to the library. Suraj, in charge of technology, downloaded 200 e-books and various educational applications on to the laptop. The twins held a workshop at the community center to demonstrate the children at the orphanage and other members of the community how to navigate the laptop.
  3. Managing Director
    Co-founders Seema and Suraj held an informational community presentation about Literacy Movement 4 More at the Plainsboro Public Library. The presentation was on myriad topics, such as LM4M’s mission, tools and techniques, and vision for the future.
  4. Managing Director
    LM4M donated over 100 books and 20 bins to the Bilney Lane Children’s Home in the Bahamas to begin a library there. Additionally, the team donated one backpack filled with school supplies to each one of the 21 children residing at the institution. Each backpack consisted of: one notebook, one pencil case, six pencils, one pack of 12 colored pencils, one pencil sharpener, one pack of four crayons, one rules, one glue stick/glue bottle, and one plush toy.
  5. Managing Director
    LM4M constructed a library consisting of over 100 books and 10 bins for the Frank O’Brian Academy (OBA) in Ewing, NJ. The team collaborated with the Ewing High School Life Skill classes to label the books donated to OBA and grant volunteer hours to the students who helped. Our team also Initiated a reading challenge program where students who filled out a certain number of reading logs (part of a literacy program designed by LM4M) would win a small prize such as a backpack or a pair of headphones.
  6. Managing Director
    LM4M constructed a library consisting of over 200 books and 20 bins for the Bayard Taylor Elementary School in Philadelphia, PA. The books provided were a combination of donations and new material purchased with the organization funds. Seema and Suraj held a reading circle for a second-grade class, where they read one of the new books we had donated. Additionally, LM4M donated one coloring pad to each student in the class as incentive to read.
  7. Managing Director
    LM4M revisited the Bahamas and donated over 200 books and 2 laptops to the library at Bilney lane Children’s Home. The laptops were each stocked with a digital library consisting of hundreds of books and educational applications. Seema and Suraj held a mini workshop to teach the children and adults residing at the home how to navigate the laptops.
  8. Managing Director
    LM4M collaborated with the MLA (Member of the Legislative Assembly) of Mandapeta, India, to visit and donate to two schools. The team donated approximately 200 books and one laptop to the Sarkaar Sri Vegullveeraaju Municipal U.P School and donated school supplies to another primary school in Mandapeta.
  9. Managing Director
    LM4M revisited Ewing and donated approximately 100 additional books to the library at the Frank O’Brian Academy. Additionally, Seema and Suraj personally awarded prizes to two exceptional students who won the LM4M reading challenge for the 2016-2017 school year. The students, Lillie and Evan, had read the highest number of books compared to their classmates since the beginning of the school year, and were each awarded with a pair of glow-in-the-dark headphones.
  10. Managing Director
    LM4M signed a pledge with Member of the Legislative Assembly (MLA) Vegulla Jogeswara Rao on July 6th 2017 to build libraries for all 17 schools in the district of Mandapeta. The team visited the Sri Vivekananda Municipal Upper Primary School and donated over 200 books and one laptop to begin a new library at the school. Seema and Suraj also distributed pens emblazoned with Literacy Movement 4 More's name to each of the 150 students at the school.
  11. Managing Director
    The twins revisited the ALC Orphanage in Kapileshwarapuram to donate geometry boxes, pencil boxes, pens, and pencils to all the children currently residing at the orphanage.
  12. Managing Director
    LM4M worked with the SOS Children's Village in Plagiari to donate 200 books and school supplies to the existing library in the main orphanage building. Seema and Suraj worked with volunteers from the NUin program at the American College of Thessaloniki to interact with, play with, and teach the children at SOS.
  13. Managing Director
    LM4M partnered with the John D. O’Bryant School of Mathematics and Science, Northeastern University, and the Bridge to Calculus Program to donate 27 pieces of technological equipment to the school and its associated programs. The final donation consisted of 15 laptops (all associated apparatus included), and 12 desktop computer setups, complete with monitors, keyboards, and mice, to the school. In total, 27 pieces of equipment were officially donated on Thursday June 21st, 2018
  14. Managing Director
    Literacy Movement 4 More partnered with Barnardo’s, the Meadows School in Kent, UK, and the London School of Economics to donate a consignment of books and one laptop to the institution and its students. The Meadows School is a special needs and behavioral school supported by Barnardo’s, the UK’s largest children’s charity. LM4M collaborated with the London School of Economics and students in the summer school program to organize and label the books beforehand and promote coverage of the official donation on August 15th, 2018. The final library donation consisted of over 400 books, several crates, and one laptop stocked with a digital library and other educational applications.
  15. Managing Director
    In working toward fulfilling its promise to collaborating with all 17 schools in the Mandapeta District, LM4M made donations to the following schools: Zilla Parishat Girls High School: six laptops and 100 books school supplies Mandapeta Public School: five laptops and 100 books and school supplies Municipal Upper Primary School: 100 books and school supplies
  16. Managing Director
    The Literacy Movement 4 More gave a presentation in the Greek Consulate to the consul, his staff, and the incoming class of students who will travel abroad to Greece detailing the LM4M’s project in Greece. Other topics discussed include Greek values, cultural norms, life as a study abroad student, and how service-learning and volunteer projects affect the local community.

December 2018: Mandapeta

August 2018: Kent, UK

Febuary 2018: Boston

June 2018: Roxbury

November 2017: Plagiari, Greece

July 2017: Kapileswarapuram

July 2017: Mandapeta

June 2017: Ewing 

July 2016: Mandapeta

June 2016: Bahamas 

June 2016: Philadelphia

May 2016: Ewing 

September 2014: Plainsboro 

June 2015: Bahamas

Summer 2014: Kapileshwarapuram

Summer 2013: Kapileswarapuram