Every year, RAGT raises much needed funds for a few really exceptional worthy causes. These funds are raised via the annual benefit book, the proceeds from both the amazing raffle and annual Bookfair.
The Benefit Book:
Every year, another new novella to enjoy
Initially the special projects were anthologies that involved other amazing authors. The proceeds of each book went to a local cause near and dear to Lori’s heart.
Now Lori Foster continues with novellas, many involving her most popular series, The Buckhorn Brothers. It’s a project that her publisher is also very involved with.
These are the gifts that keep on giving – throughout the life of the book. For all time, when you buy one of the benefit books, you continue to support the special causes. Simply click on any of the covers below to find out more, and of course to order it so you can be part of RAGT Good Works (and enjoy a good book, too)!
A Buckhorn Baby
A Buckhorn Bachelor
A Buckhorn Summer
Back to Buckhorn
The Promise of Love
The Gift of Love
Tails of Love
The Power of Love
The Write Ingredients
Benefit Book Proceeds:
Current Benefit Book proceeds go to the Animal Adoption Foundation
The Animal Adoption Foundation is a non-profit no-kill shelter for dogs and cats that have been abused or abandoned. AAF provides a safe and humane environment for dogs and cats that are waiting to be adopted. Our caring volunteers and generous, loving donors enable us to provide a safe and happy haven for our special friends. The shelter currently houses approximately 85 cats and dogs.
Current raffle proceeds go to the One Way Farm
The One Way Farm Children’s Home is a non-profit organization located in Fairfield, Ohio, caring for the abused, abandoned, neglected, troubled youth, and children with disabilities and developmental disabilities in the State of Ohio without regard to race, color, sex, or national origin.
Book Fair Proceeds:
Current Bookfair proceeds go to the Conductive Learning Center
The Conductive Learning Center of Greater Cincinnati brings Conductive Education to the Greater Cincinnati/Midwest Region.
Conductive education is an intensive, multi-disciplinary approach to education, training and development for individuals with cerebral palsy, spina bifida and other motor challenges.