Pima County Librarian Aims to Provide Resources for Unhoused Children in Tucson, Arizona
Pima County librarian works to support unhoused Tucson children Arizona Daily Star
In Tucson, Arizona, Pima County librarian, Jody Crago, is working to provide resources for unhoused children in the area. Crago, who has been a librarian for over 20 years, has seen the need for resources for these children and is taking action to make sure they have access to the same educational opportunities as other children.
Crago has been working with local organizations to provide books, computers, and other materials to help these children learn and grow. She has also been working with local schools to provide access to library cards and other resources. She is also working with local homeless shelters to provide a safe place for children to read and study.
Crago is also working to create a library program specifically for unhoused children. This program would provide a safe place for them to go and access resources, as well as a place to learn and grow. The program would also provide access to books, computers, and other materials that would help them stay on track with their studies.
Crago’s efforts have already made a difference in the lives of many children in Tucson. She has helped to provide them with the resources they need to succeed in school and in life. Her work is an example of how one person can make a difference in the lives of many.
Crago’s work is an inspiration to others who want to help those in need. Her efforts are a reminder that everyone can make a difference in the lives of others, no matter how small or big the effort may be. With her help, more children in Tucson will have access to the resources they need to succeed.
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