Please do for one ~ what you wish you could do for many.
- Feel free to support us by going through AMAZON SMILE who will give a percentage of all purchases to our non-profit organization.
- Also, we are listed on the PLANET FUNDRAISER APP where you submit your receipts after your purchase from restaurants, Piggly Wiggly, SHIPT, Marc Car Washes, gym memberships, jewelry stores, cleaners, etc.
|We have been hard at work building a pathway for people to get to the resources needed to help the 1 in 5 with Dyslexia. Alabama Game Changers was established as a non-profit business. At this time any and all contributions go directly to support the program and services we offer.
We believe that identifying these children early and providing interventions will help to promote literacy, build self-confidence and prevent academic failure. In the long run the academic success of a generation of children affects all of us. You can help us by clicking on the donate icon and making a contribution to the program right now!
YOUR contribution goes a long way in helping to keep our doors open for others. Our goal in 2018, is to raise $40,000 in donations. Achieving this target will provide:
- Grants for evaluations tutoring of students who do not have the resources to pay for services.
- Grants for eye exams and hearing screens for those who do not have the resources to pay for services.
- Debt repayment (fees of legal, accounting, printing, promotions, etc).
- Development and assembly of educational packets for distribution to schools and pediatrician offices.
- Community education simulation events.
- Business office space rental Utilities – for evaluations tutoring
- Evaluations, Counseling, Tutoring, and Advocacy for a generation of children in Alabama who are trying to integrate Dyslexia into their world.
- Hiring of two part-time employees to maintain meeting the needs of children, parents, and educators seeking help with these struggling learners.
Without intervention, there will be many who will continue to fall through the cracks of the education system. These students are left with very little means to support themselves in adulthood. School will continue to be an exercise in daily humiliation.