FAQs

As a registered member of the RIF Literacy Network, we can help you order affordable, quality RIF books. Visit the bookstore to browse our catalog and start shopping. Learn more about RIF’s book distribution programs, Books for Ownership and the RIF Book Discount Program.

The Volunteer Section offers you a variety of tools to help you get started in your work with RIF. You’ll find ideas and resources for a number of ways to support childhood literacy and make an impact in your community.

Yes. Literacy Central is RIF’s digital destination for all of the content and extension materials available for the books we know children are reading and enjoying across the country. You’ll find booklists, activity sheets, professional development and more. Please visit Literacy Central to explore and take advantage of all of the free literacy resources available there.

Please visit our Programs section to learn more about the programs, products, and services that RIF currently offers. You’ll be able to read up on each program and discover how you can bring the program to your local community.

Please visit our Programs section to learn more about the programs, products, and services that RIF currently offers. You’ll be able to read up on each program and discover how you can bring the program to your local community.

Yes. Please visit our Grants section to learn about our current funding opportunities, eligibility, and timelines. Additional grant opportunities will be announced at a later date.

Please visit the Volunteer section to learn more about our book drive guidelines. While RIF National does not have the capacity to accept book donations, we have some great suggestions for you to donate your books or organize a book drive locally.

RIF does not distribute books to individuals. If you are interested in becoming a RIF program site, please register your school or organization on the RIF Literacy Network and you can enjoy all of the resources we offer to our RIF community ranging from opportunities for discounted book ordering and grants to implement RIF programs.