101,881 pens and pencils have reached 101,881 children so far…

Julia Calzonetti, Alan Deverell, Colin Nanka

Julia Calzonetti – “…it was great. They were so grateful; they couldn’t believe I was letting them keep them! I was so happy to be a part of this!”   Alan Deverell– ” I can’t tell you how pleased the school was to receive your generous gift.  They have so very little in the way of educational materials for the kids, that it makes a big difference.”   Colin Nanka– “I wanted to give you an update since I have been back from Tanzania, Africa.  My school visit was very inspiring and I delivered the packets of pens and pencils to the school.  Please see below for a short clip highlight of my trip there and what you and everyone else pitched in, contributed to.” Read More



On a medical mission to Abancay, Peru, Kim Oppenheimer, packed her suitcases with clothes to donate. She was astonished that it was her pen that people continually asked for, even the nurses. Again, when she volunteered at a school in Windhoek, Namibia, she saw children using pencils an inch long. She figured if she wasn’t aware of this simple need, many other people weren’t either. She established Right-to-Write as a way to simply shift an abundance into a functional educational tool for children in developing countries. It’s a simple process that makes each person involved realize the positive impact they have upon one another.


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