Facebook donation initiative You may have noticed...

A series of graphics have appeared on our social media profiles (Facebook, Twitter, Google+) as part of a recently launched development initiative for DyslexiaHelp. If this is your first enewsletter from us, rest assured, this message will not appear at the top of all enewsletters we send out! Due to this initiative having only just launched, however, we wanted to explain what we are doing, and why:

For the past five years, DyslexiaHelp has been generously and fully funded by a single donor. This donor has graciously committed to two more years of partial funding. We must raise the additional dollars to continue to keep DyslexiaHelp available at no cost to those who need it. We kindly ask you to help us by making a monetary gift to DyslexiaHelp. Your support will ensure that we continue to be able to provide the state-of-the-art, researched-based information that you and others have come to rely on.

To make your gift, please click the maize button at the bottom of this email. Should you have any questions about the donation process, simply reply to this email and we will be happy to help you.

We thank you in advance for your commitment to helping dyslexics, parents, and professionals everywhere!

Warm regards,

Joanne Marttila Pierson, Ph.D., CCC-SLP
Project Manager
Shaun Sanders

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