March is a transformational month from winter to spring and inspires growth and hope. Many people celebrate March as a Reading Month. Books are a wonderful way to learn about generous ways to view the world and our part in it. During Women's History Month, we can work toward equity for women and learn about the paths of women leaders who have advocated for women's rights. World Water Day provides an opportunity to learn about clean water and environmental stewardship.
- March Is Reading Month: Celebrate the joy of reading and the worlds opened to us through books. Use the Learning to Give literature guides to explore themes of philanthropy in picture books and YA novels.
- Women's History Month: Read about the courage, passion, and conviction of women philanthropists in history, especially related to voting and needs of children. What women today are leading change?
- World Water Day (March 22): Learn about the need for clean water and the science of healthy water systems.