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rosanna
Fri, 11 Feb 2011 07:29 EST
request for books donation
BINA GEMAR MEMBACA
(Reading Interest)

Address: Jln.Otto Iskandardinata No. 226
Pasapen III, Kuningan
West Java, Indonesia
Tlp. 062 232 871843
Fax: 062 232 873087
Email: rosannasusilawati@yahoo.com
Contact Person Rosanna Soesilowati
Mobile: 085224381070
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Subject: Free-of-Charge Books
Kuningan, West Java, Feb 11th 2011



Dear Sir,

Allow us to introduce to you, we are based in Kuningan,West Java, Indonesia. We established an NGO with a vision is to support the students from the high school until university levels who is interested to learn English through reading. More and more students are coming to us to find English books in the fields of Economic, business, art, culture etc. Due to the insufficient books we can provide, we, therefore seek for your information, if your organization can provide us free-in-charge books written in English especially about teacher’s vision.
We are writing you to seek for your information whether or not your organization can donate us free-of-charge books written in English to donate for our organization so the students can read in our reading room free-of charge.
We look forward to receiving your favorable response at your earliest convenient.

Thanking you in advance.



Tomas Santoso
Chairman

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