We want to hear from you! The success of the ReadBooks! program depends on feedback from everyone involved: the people in the field who distribute the materials, as well as the families who receive the materials. Thanks for taking the time to let us know how we're doing!
- Parents & Teachers: Take this quick survey and enter a drawing to win a $50 Gift Card!
- We'll draw one winner each month. One entry per person; you only need to fill out the survey once, and you'll be entered for every drawing afterward.
"Thank you to the generous supporters of this bag. Our blind children need braille in order to stay competitive in this world. Even all the latest high tech gadgets are useless unless a blind person knows braille. Our vision for our son is to be highly literate and educated. My goal is for him to be a Braille reader champion and what better way to do that than for the whole family to learn braille too! These literacy bags really are bags for the entire family to enjoy! Thanks again!" — The Burmahln Family
"I received the bag today and I am so excited to share [the bag] with my granddaughter! She will love the bright orange bag as she can see bright colors! The Braille cell and alphabet card and charts will be excellent tools to use as we have just started learning the Braille alphabet. Having the Braille children's book will allow her to know what we are working towards.
"The informational literature is exactly what I needed as I am her instructor and need as much information as I can find. The wonderful extras, flag and Wikki Stix, add to make the bag FUN!
"I have just opened the bag and have further exploration to do but I wanted to stop and offer a heartfelt thank you! Miracles do happen! Blessings to all program supporters and this miraculous program!" — Bonnie Hoggatt
"I just wanted to take a quick second to tell you how much better I feel since receiving my literacy bag. It was almost a sigh of relief after reading the books that were included. It has answered a number of questions for me and has given me the confidence that I need to know that I can help my blind son to read." — Mother of a blind child