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February 28, 2008

Tata Companies Unite to Support First Book and Distribute 65,000 New Books to Children in Need

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Photo: Stephen Wilkes, from Corus, is reading a new book to a Dodge Park Elementary School student. Tata Group Companies have donated over 65,000 books for distribution to children in need across the USA.


WASHINGTON -- First Book and The Tata Group North America representatives gathered Feb. 27 at Eight O'Clock Coffee(R) in Landover, MD, to kick off the distribution of 65,000 new books to children in need nationwide USA. Second grade students from Dodge Park Elementary School were the first students to receive brand-new books as a result of the support of The Tata Group North America. The students participated in reading circles with Tata Company representatives to celebrate First Book's mission to provide new books to disadvantaged children.

First Book is a nonprofit organization with a single mission: to give children from low-income families the opportunity to read and own their first new books.

Tata, headquartered in India, is among the world's most trusted and respected corporate brands. The Tata Group is comprised of 98 operating companies with operations in seven business sectors - Engineering, Materials, Energy, Chemicals, Consumer Products, Services, and Communications and Information Systems. Tata has more than 80 offices in the U.S. and Canada and more than 15,000 employees. |GlobalGiants.com|


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