How far would you go for literacy?
No matter who you are or where you live, the world runs on literacy. Find 52 is our ongoing campaign to raise funds for OneWorld Schoolhouse Foundation’s library development and reading festivals in the Eastern Caribbean. In fact, Find 52 is a series of campaigns. Some have a connection to running – but many others do not.

Start some kind words on its travels.
There is no telling where the good it may do will stop.

Humanitarian, Medical Missionary (1865−1940)

Look at what schools, communities and individuals have been doing since 2012 or explore current campaigns. If you have a Find 52” idea, we’d love to hear from you. There’s room for 52 of just about anything you can think of that makes a connection to the benefits – and fun – of literacy.

What’s the significance of Find 52?
Find 52 was the theme of our first fundraiser. It so happens that if you run all the way around the island of Grenada, you’ll cover 86 kilometres, which is 52 miles.

Find 52 started in Grenada
It so happens that 52 miles gets you right around this small island. My companion on the second day included an enthusiastic young boy.

The world is a book and those who do not travel read only a page.

Finding the way for Fundraising
Jake Holden and Richard Clewes survey the route for Find 52x2 in January 2016. Find 52 has been the name given to all fundraising campaigns since 2015 when Richard ran Grenada: a distance of 52 miles.

A road is a song, a poem, a movie, an adventure. It's hope and optimism, and inquisitiveness.

The Angry Isle
International Literacy Day 2016
Soufrière Primary ran a relay on September 8, 2016 to celebrate reading. The event was filmed as part of the "run-up" to our Find 52 Thousand campaign.

Logic will get you from A to B. Imagination will take you everywhere.

Albert Einstein
Soirée en Blanc
We are reviving an earlier fundraiser that had 50-100 "flash mob" diners assemble in a Caledon location.

Eating and reading are two pleasures that combine admirably.


All men should strive to learn before they die what they are running from, and to, and why.

James Thurber