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P.O. Box 92180
Lafayette, LA 70509
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Every Ereader, wristband, and presentation given to students and/or schools are given at NO CHARGE. The only way we’re able to do accomplish this is through sponsorships from corporations and donations from wonderful people like you. This basically means we have to count on you to keep our dream alive.
One of our biggest fundraisers for Ereaders is an event called Fright Trail, a haunted attraction production we hold each weekend in October in Scott, Louisiana. Every other dollar raised for Ereaders and especially the wristbands, comes from individual donations.
So, with all that said, if you’re ever in Scott, Louisiana on a weekend in October, we hope you’d come and support our Fright Trail event. And if not, we unabashedly ask that you click on the yellow DONATE button (on the left panel) and help further our cause. No donation is considered too big or small!
If you would like Deborah to do a Stay True to You presentation at your local public middle or high school simply click the contact button in the navigation bar and send her a request. Remember, we charge nothing for travel, the presentation or the wristbands. Everything is free to the school and students. And if you’re not located in Louisiana but would like to make a donation that will provide Ereaders and wristbands for a middle school or high school of your choice regardless of the state, simply let us know and we will make it happen.
If you would like to purchase a silicone band for yourself just make a donation for five dollars and let us know the type of wristband you’d prefer. If you’d like one of our T-shirts, all it will take is a $20 donation, your address, size, and style preference, and it’s yours.
Whether you purchase one bracelet or one T-shirt for yourself or make a donation for an entire school know that you are giving the greatest gift one human being can give another. The gift of hope.
Literacy Inc is dedicated to fighting illiteracy in America, especially among our teens. Where our nation’s young adults are concerned, the rate of illiteracy is reaching epidemic proportions, and we need your help to reverse this trend. For only $7, you can provide a high school student with books that may lead him or her towards a free college education.
Whether you choose to donate $7 for one student or thousands to sponsor an entire high school’s population, your contribution will play a part in creating a more literate society. More importantly, you will be giving America’s teens the one thing they need most-hope for a better future.
Please, join us in the fight against illiteracy in America’s teens and become a sponsor today!
“You have inspired me as well as many others. Keep on doing your speeches you really do make a difference.”
– Amber, Student
“The kids still talk about your visit. They were so impressed and you made such a positive impact on them! Thank you.”
– Stephanie R., English Department, West Seattle High School, Seattle, WA
“I was thrilled by the way you were able to relate to the students, get on their level and share with them the boundless opportunities that await them if they only try.”
– Tisha P., English Department, Waddell High School, Charlotte, NC
“Your speech was amazing! Sitting there and listening to your story touched me in many ways. Your story inspired me to push myself harder in life.”
– Chase M., Student
“Wow. You moved a lot of kids today. Thank you SO much for coming to Western Heights. You were certainly the talk of the day, and kids were digging into both books.”
– Steve Wedel, English Teacher, Western Heights High, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
"Thank you so much for coming to our school. You are truly an inspiration to me! You made me realize I can do anything with my life."
– Jennifer C., Student
“Not too many people would take time out and [visit McKinley]. Now I see someone cares and I’m going to continue reading books and go to college.”
– Diera D., Student
“Ms. LeBlanc was entertaining, enlightening, and inspirational. It brought me great joy to see students reading their books this morning.”