READS AND DEEDS
Meet Robert, our 179th for an Amazon ECHO and our 201st recipient for an ozobot.Click on Robert's page to read about his TBI journey.
JOIN OUR TEAM!
#313, an Amazon Dot went to our friends The Petry Brothers, brothers facing the physical challenges
Our #346 to #352 (Kindle Fires) to
our DAV friends at Project New Hope Worcester, Ma.
263-268 recipients are the Petry brothers. They lost their Dad this year and each faces their own physical challenges. We always look for fun things for kids and CODING is just that, fun!! CODING is being taught in each school across the nation. We sent 3 Pocket Chips and 3 Arduino kits to get the 3 brothers going in CODING .
Kindle Fire recipients!
Sgt. Lindley's 3 children.
#314, a Snap Circuit went to our friends The Cellucci Brothers who lost their Dad to an automobile accident.
Kindle Fire to Aidan
66 TEENS IN ADVOCACY CENTERS IN ARLINGTON BRIGHTON WALTHAM CHELSEA ROXBURY
Trent and his Dad, Sgt.Lindley
who is having his HBOT session.
We sent Trent a Snap Circuit so he could work with his Dad on it.
#309, an Amazon Dot went to our friend Eric working hard a Spaulding Rehab
#321 a Fire tablet went to Ryan. Click
to read about this great kid.
We sent a LEGOS kit to Christopher and want to join in the effort to bring awareness to inclusion.
AT READS AND DEEDS
our cancer and physically challenged kids, our homeless and economically challenged kids, our challenged teens and our Disabled American Veterans matter.
Our 258-262 recipients are 5 great kids in the Chelmsford Ma-Lowell area who will be receiving stuffed toy elephants. Stuffed animals are a source of comfort and entertainment for children in challenging situations and these are the core elements built into READS AND DEEDS foundation.
#322 & #323, Fire tablets went to Z & J. These kids are siblings battling chronic illness.
4 school backpacks ~
Join us !
#312, an Amazon Dot went to our friends Brison and Preston, brothers facing the challenges of cancer
Meet Love for Liberty, our 160th Kindle Fire recipient.
Liberty you are now at peace.
Brooks and his Kindle!!
Thank you. He loves it. It will make our drs appointments much less boring. Perfect timing, Brooks has 2 appointment today.
PERKINS SCHOOL FOR THE BLIND
With the introduction of the new AMAZON ECHO we have now found a device for our friends at the Perkins School for the Blind in Watertown, MA #152 & #153, 154, 155 and 156 delivered.
Type yoBuenas noches,
Queremos felicitarle a usted y a su familia de su nuevo Kindle. La misión de “Reads are Deeds” es centrada en abrir acceso a familias quien pasa por dificultades y quien no tiene acceso a estos productos. Nosotros esperamos que puede disfrutar este producto y usarlo como una herramienta para la educación de usted y de su familia.
Si necesita ayuda en cómo usar su producto, usted puede visitar la librería publica. Aquí usted puede recibir asistencia como usar tableta igual aprender como bajar libros y videos de la librería en una manera gratuita.
En caso que tiene preguntas porfavor pongase en contacto firstname.lastname@example.org
Daniel Alfaro, Latino Community Relations, Reads and Deeds....
We want to congratulate you and your family of your new tablet. The mission of " Reads are Deeds " is focused on open access to families who go through difficulties and who do not have access to these products. We hope you can enjoy this product and use it as a tool to educate you and your family. If you need help on how to use your product, you can visit your local public library. Here you can get help learning how to use the same tablet to download books and videos items for free. If you have questions please keep in touch with us. email@example.com
Meet Jeremy and his little brother, Christopher.
56 DISABLED AMERICAN VETERANS
118 HOMELESS or ECONOMICALLY CHALLENGED
RECIPIENTS IN ARLINGTON BRIGHTON
LOWELL AND CAMBRIDGE AREAS
READS AND DEEDS
AMAZON WISH LIST
145 CANCER KIDS & KIDS AND ADULTS WITH CHALLENGES
St. Anthony Shrine Boston Ma Kids program
Dana Farber Boston, Jimmy Fund Unit
Franciscan Children's Hospital (prior to our incorporation)
New England Center for Homeless Veterans Boston MA
United Cerebral Palsy of MetroBoston, Watertown MA
Crittenton Women's Union Brighton MA
House of Hope, Lowell MA
Home for Little Wanderers, Brighton, Waltham and Roxbury MA
Youth Villages Germaine Lawrence, Arlington MA
Salvation Army, Cambridge MA Chelsea MA
Perkins School for the Blind, Watertown, MA
New England Pediatric Care Billerica MA
Volunteers of America (Veterans) Jamaica Plain MA
Arlington Boys and Girls Club
St. Mary Church Chelmsford MA
members of our community and members of the Facebook community
Project New Hope, Worcester MA
Meet SSG Justin Lindley USA Army, Retired, our 69th Kindle Fire recipient.
Reads and Deeds is passionately advocating to improve the quality of life of our medically challenged kids, teens and adults who spend all or part of their time in hospitals or their home. We found a way. Tablets!
READS AND DEEDS INC IS AN APPROVED 501c3 NON PROFIT AS OF OCTOBER, 2013. All donations are deductible according to
IRS guidelines and all donations go directly to Kindle purchases. We are an all volunteer group from Boston. No salaries. You can reach us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Our KINDLE/TABLET programs include Cancer, Physically Challenged kids and adults, Disabled American Vets, single
parents committed to making it work and
teen advocacy groups. Our goal is to
provide a Kindle/tablet to individuals/homes that currently can't afford any devices because of continued medical expenses.
We've placed 385 devices in the hands of these great warriors since March 2013. Throughout our website you see pictures of our recipients. They use these devices for education, to play games, watch videos, chat with friends, access email, access the web, etc. For many these devices provide balance between physical and emotional needs.
Meet Lacey, our 193rd tablet recipient. Lacey is challenging cancer head on
#279 - #302
2 readers, 5 kids laptops, 6 hand held games, 11 STEM toys
Our #218 - #221
Arlington Boys and Girls Club
#320, an Amazon Dot went to Kyrstin. You can click
on Kyrstin's name and read her story.
Our 256th device, an Amazon Dot was sent
11 year old Kelly from Wilmington Ma.
#315, an Amazon Dot went to our friend Jacob, a great 14 year old who has been diagnosed with Cerebal Palsy
What do you want for Christmas Mike?
"Dad, I want to go to the mall and buy toys for the kids at
Michael J. Burns
Ewings Sarcoma Fighter
1980 - 1995
Michael walked the walked and talked the talk
The insight on which
Reads and Deeds
was founded. Kids with cancer and other disabilities or challenges need fun too