DuBard School Textbooks for Tykes

$1,450
57%
Raised toward our $2,500 Goal
19 Donors
11
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Project ends on December 01, at 07:00 AM CST
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DuBard School Textbooks for Tykes

Imagine if your child couldn’t speak or couldn’t understand your words. What do you do? Where do you turn? The DuBard School for Language Disorders at The University of Southern Mississippi is a nationally-recognized public, special needs school that has continued to provide the gift of oral and written language to individuals with severe communication disorders—including the written language disorder dyslexia—for over 55 years.

Our enrollment program is of no cost to the 80 children and their families but is only partially funded by the Mississippi Department of Education, so we rely on private donations from individuals just like you. This year, the part of that State funding that was specifically designated for textbooks was not included in our appropriation. We hope you will partner with us to help provide the special textbooks our children need to learn to read, write, listen, learn, and understand on levels otherwise thought unattainable and become enthusiastic, productive members of society.

On behalf of our children, thank you!

Question: Do I have to choose one of the giving levels?

Answer: No, you can give any amount you wish! Follow these steps... 

Levels
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$30

Single Student

Your donation of $30 will provide a textbook for one of our students.

$75

Two Students

Your donation of $75 will provide textbooks for two students

$150

Half Classroom

Your donation of $150 will cover the costs needed to provide half a classroom (5 children) with textbooks.

$300

A Full Classroom

Your donation of $300 will provide textbooks for an entire classroom (10 students).

$600

Two Classrooms

A donation of $600 dollars will provide textbooks for two full classrooms (20 students) at the DuBard School.

$1,250

Half Enrolled

Your donation of $1250 will cover the costs of providing half of all the students in our Enrolled Program (40 students).