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Honor a Mother By Giving the Gift of Reading this Mother's Day

Categories: Giving, Uncategorized

Mother and Child HandsA loving mother means more to her child than words can express - especially if that child has learning or visual challenges. “Dyslexia did not hold me back for long and I have my mother and father to thank for that." - Kayla, College Freshman, Learning Ally member "Mama was my greatest teacher, a teacher of compassion, love and fearlessness."  ~ Stevie Wonder, Musician/Singer/Songwriter/Blind This Mother's Day, honor a mother by donating the gift of reading through Learning Ally in her name. When you donate, we'll send an e-card to let her know about your contribution. Click below and check the box that says "dedicate my donation in honor or in memory of someone" and then select the e-card you wish to send:   Donate Button   Learning Ally serves nearly 200,000 students and their parents, and 20,000 educators in nearly 9,000 schools. With over 10 million students in grades K-12 having some type of learning disability the need for Learning Ally services has never been greater. You can make a difference in a student’s life. As a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, Learning Ally benefits from the generous support of our donors, volunteers and members. If you want to join our growing donor family, please donate now.
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