At designated times during the year, copies of Finding My Own Way that have been designated as “not for retail sale” due to a slight blemish in the production process are made available to churches, non-profit youth, social action or leadership organizations, and other clubs that serve young people. This is done with the intention of sharing Sophia Bracy Harris’ story and the strong message that negative internalized messages of self-doubt and unworthiness, must be confronted and transformed into messages of self-acceptance and wholeness.
Organizations that wish to request copies of these books must complete a short form that provides information about their organization, who it serves, its service area, and how the book will be used. Due to the high volume of inquirers received, not every book request can be granted, however, applicants that receive books must agree to fulfill the following requirements:
· Book recipients must be willing to discuss the book and its themes in a group or book study session. A discussion guide will accompany each donation
· Books will be provided based on availability and number of participants that are engaged in your project. The organization must cover the cost of shipping and handling
· Donated copies of Finding My Own Way should not be requested for the purpose of reselling at book fairs, online retailers or book events.
· Complete an evaluation form that must be emailed to email@example.com within 90 days of receipt of the book donation.