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Book The Future

Changing the world: One step a day.

Vinicius Agostini

on 9 November 2013

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Transcript of Book The Future

The idea
How to do it?
Book The Future
(cc) photo by Metro Centric on Flickr
(cc) photo by Franco Folini on Flickr
(cc) photo by jimmyharris on Flickr
(cc) photo by Metro Centric on Flickr
The team!
Quantity DOES matter
Do it (donate) right
Nothing else matters
Where have we been?
Book The Future is a dream
of Vinicius Agostini, having been
founded in 2006, in Rio (Brazil)

Since then, many people have
dreamed with us and it would
be rude to list just a part of

BTF is made of anonymous acts
of marvelous people who donate
books, help to carry them, deliver
them and great people who ask
great people to share our dreams.

Currently, BTF has a comitee to
monthly discuss, basically, WHAT ELSE.

Our running comitee was chosen in '09
and is composed by:

Fernanda Karoline de SA Alves (CMO)
Lucas Penido (Donations BH and CIO)
Libério Júnior (Donations SP and CFO)
Vinicius Agostini (CDO)

Xmas 2006: 2,5k books
Return2Classes: 1,1k books
WorldCup 2010: 0,2k books
Petropolis 2010: 0,2k books
Total: 3,9k books

Return2Classes: 0,6k books

Xmas 2007: 0,2k books
Xmas 2008: 0,3k books
Total: 0,5k books

2006: 2,5k books!
2007: 1,3k books
2008: 0,3k books
2009: 0,6k books
2010: 0,4k books
Total: 5,0k books
(cc) photo by Metro Centric on Flickr
(cc) photo by Metro Centric on Flickr
"To distribute books to underprivileged children and public institutions in order to reduce country’s educational gap and increase opportunities and new perspectives."
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