Looking for something to do with those pesky non-CGC-worthy comic books? Want to help secure a bright future for our nation's children, and at the same time become a part of the newest comic book-based literacy program? Well, here's a way for you to do all three!

Comics4Kids is a not-for-profit organization that gives donated comic books to children in hopes of encouraging them to participate in the comic book hobby and, more importantly, helping to teach them how to read.

"We'd like to do more than just encourage kids to go to a comic store and spend Mom and Dad's money. We want to enable children everywhere to stimulate their imaginations, and at the same time improve their English skills," says C4K President and CEO Dale Moore. "Comic books are not only a wonderful source of entertainment, but they are also great building blocks for learning."

You can find out more about Comics4Kids and how to donate comic books at www.comics4kids.org or email any questions you may have to: comics4kids@aol.com.

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