Transcript for Magic of Storytelling: Providing books for families in need
Being a good father to me means spending more time, more so than spending money. A monster machine treasury. Reporter: Preston gray is the father of three. He had his first son when he was just 15. I was feeling kind of lost myself. And here I got this child. And I really don't know how to take care of him or provide for him. Reporter: Growing up in southeast D.C., Preston says life wasn't easy. I just had to try to survive. I had no money, no job. No really role model in my life. Reporter: Until he met sharecraft, founder of smart from the start. Oftentimes, our families live in the shadows. They're marginalized. They live in poverty. We give them the resources, the tools and support they need. They're focussing on fatherhood program was designed to engage young fathers and communities that have an abundance of potential but don't have the kind of support that's necessary. Reporter: One of the most important resources for these families, books. Okay. Who doesn't have a book yet? I don't know that there is any one single thing that a parent can do for their child that's more valuable and rewarding than sharing a book. Reporter: ABC's parent company, Disney, helps provide millions of books to organizations like this one through their magic of storytelling campaign. I changed by becoming a better father, a better man in my community, a better brother, a better soon-to-be husband. For more information about the campaign, visit magic of storytelling.com. And that's "Nightline" for the
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