If you're good at sorting the United Way has a job for you.
The non-profit agency has more than 7,000 children's book collected during book drives by businesses earlier this month.
The books will go to more than 100 area child care and day care providers to replace books that little ones have damaged.
And now that the United Way has collected the books it is in need of volunteers.
"It's sorting and packing and there's all kinds of jobs that we have available so, you don't have to worry if you can't lift anything. We can put you to work in an other way," says Devah Scholl, director of workforce engagement and campaign at the North Texas Area United Way.
Book sorting will take place Saturday from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m. at the United Way on Holliday Street in Wichita Falls.
No signup is necessary.
Officials say just show up ready to sort.
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