Ten percent of each book purchased will be donated. New organization selected every 1,000 books sold. Current proceeds going to:
Eye To Eye
Eye to Eye's mission is to improve the life of every person with a learning disability. We fulfill our mission by supporting and growing a network of youth mentoring programs run by and for those with learning differences, and by organizing advocates to support the full inclusion of people with learning disabilities and ADHD in all aspects of society. Mentors talk openly and bravely about their experiences. Mentees realize they are not alone, sometimes for the very first time. They see someone who was once just like they are today. More importantly, they see someone they hope to be tomorrow.
we have worked with these organizations and resources
encourage you to reach out if in need of a helping hand:
A health crisis throws everything into chaos. A CaringBridge website provides all the information your family and friends need so they can give you all the support you need. Your personal CaringBridge website gives you one centralized, private place to journal, share health updates and request help, drawing your whole community closer in exchanging meaningful thoughts.
When you need someone to help you and/or your loved ones deal with Dementia, start with a doctor(s), and then look to find caregivers, care agencies, facilities, and other Dementia professionals. When you or someone you know has been diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease or another form of Dementia, it’s important to find reliable sources of information and trials. Dementia Society of America can point you to many of these resources.
With local chapters across the nation, providing services within each community, we host face-to-face support groups and educational sessions in communities nationwide; provide caregivers and families with comprehensive online resources and information which features sections on early-stage, middle-stage and late-stage caregiving.
ACOR online communities are for parents, caregivers, family members, and friends to discuss clinical and nonclinical issues and advances pertaining to all forms of a specific disease. This includes patient and caregiver experiences, psychosocial issues, new research, clinical trials, long-term side effects and discussions of current treatment practices.
The Foundation is the only U.S. nonprofit organization solely devoted to cancer prevention and early detection. We believe in: Reducing the cancer mortality rate by focusing individual behaviors, public policy and discussion, and research on prevention and early detection; Addressing all preventable cancers across all populations; Making prevention knowledge and early detection services more accessible for people in medically underserved communities; Collaborating with partners to maximize the effectiveness and reach of the prevention and early detection programs and message.
The National Hospice and Palliative Care Organization is the largest nonprofit membership organization representing hospice and palliative care programs and professionals in the United States. The organization is committed to improving end-of-life care and expanding access to hospice care with the goal of profoundly enhancing quality of life for people dying in America and their loved ones.
Family Caregiver Alliance is the first community-based nonprofit organization in the country to address the needs of families and friends providing long-term care for loved ones at home. FCA, as a public voice for caregivers, shines light on the challenges caregivers face daily and champions their cause through education, services, and advocacy. The services, education programs, and resources FCA provides are designed with caregivers’ needs in mind and offer support, tailored information, and tools to manage the complex demands of caregiving.
Children and adults with disabilities and special needs find highest-quality services designed to meet their individual needs when they come to Easter Seals. Teams of therapists, teachers and other health professionals help each person overcome obstacles to independence and reach his or her personal goals. Easter Seals also includes families as active members of any therapy program, and offers the support families need.
Find a classroom project that inspires you and give as little as $1. When a project is fully funded, we purchase all the requested items and ship them directly to the school. Every donor gets a thank-you letter from the teacher, photos from the classroom, and a report of how each dollar was spent.
Through the power of sports, people with intellectual disabilities discover new strengths and abilities, skills and success. Our athletes find joy, confidence and fulfillment on the playing field and in life. They also inspire people in their communities and elsewhere to open their hearts to a wider world of human talents and potential.
As a parent-directed, community-based organization, Parent's Helping Parents was developed in response to the need in our community for information, training, and support services for families who have children with special needs and the professionals who serve them. This includes children of all ages and all backgrounds who have a need for special services due to any special need, including but not limited to illness, cancer, accidents, birth defects, neurological conditions, premature birth, learning or physical disabilities, mental health issues, and attention deficit (hyperactivity) disorder, to name a few.
The Hole in the Wall Gang Camp is dedicated to providing “a different kind of healing” to seriously ill children and their families throughout the Northeast, free of charge. It’s a community that celebrates the fun, friendship and spirit of childhood, where every kid can “raise a little hell.” To ensure that every child with a serious medical condition has the chance to experience the world of possibilities that camp has to offer. Through the generosity of others, The Hole in the Wall Gang Camp community provides this unique healing experience to kids in need and their families, including those who may not be able to come to Camp.
A nonprofit organization that helps cancer patients and their families find a place to stay when traveling away from home for medical treatment. Although Joe’s House caters to cancer patients, any patient, regardless of diagnosis may use the lodging facilities listed.
Joy through Art Foundation believes that it’s objectives will bring the joy of music and theater to nursing home residents who would not otherwise have exposure to the arts and who are not otherwise able to maintain a social network outside of the facility in which they reside.