education changes everything
Every Box Makes a Difference

Authentic Books is about creating positivity through books. Since the start, 5% of all memberships are donated to causes supporting children's literacy and education.

Towards a Brighter, Equal Future

Education changes everything. Education ends the cycle of poverty, allows young girls to reach their full potential and elevates communities.

*Every three months we spread the love and support a new cause that stand with these principles.

This month we support
Adopt A Classroom

Adopt A Classroom, advancing equity in education, one classroom at a time.

About Adopt A Classroom (AAC) empowers teachers by providing the classroom supplies and materials needed to help their students learn and succeed. As an award-winning 501(c)(3), makes it easy for individual donors and corporate sponsors to donate funds to K-12 classrooms in public, private and charter schools throughout the U.S.  On average, teachers spend $600 of their own money each year to equip their classrooms - 20% of teachers spend more than $1000 annually. Since 1998 has raised more than $28 million and benefited more than 2 million students.

What does my donation go towards?

Racial Equity in Schools Fund

Students of color deserve a school environment where they can thrive. 

Educators need anti-racist resources. 

Your donation helps with this.


STEM is an educational approach that integrates science, technology,
engineering, and mathematics. STEM learning is critical for preparing
our future leaders and innovators.

Give Where It’s Needed Most

96% of teachers purchase school supplies so their students don’t go without.

Your donation helps relieve the burden on teachers and give students the tools they need to thrive.

Our Promise to You

"We take great responsibility in choosing the causes we support and where your contribution can make the biggest impact. We promise to work hard so that every box not only makes a positive impact in your life, but in lives of children all around the world."

– Natisha Asbell, Co-Founder