LDANR is hosting a Steeped Tea fundraiser from October 17th until November 4th. Each Steeped Tea product is $12, with 40% of the proceeds going towards LDANR! (no tax!)
View the Steeped Tea Catalogue here!
No products are decaffeinated, as all tea is natural without chemicals. There are teas that are naturally caffeine free. Refer to Tea Key in catalogue.
Interested? Contact the LDANR office at 905-641-1021 or firstname.lastname@example.org…
2015-2016 was another great year for LDANR!
For the month of October, LDANR has teamed up with the Book Outlet to raise awareness of Learning Disabilities for LD Awareness month. Starting next week, we will be hosting a Facebook contest where you can enter to win one of four $25 Book Outlet gift cards!
How to enter:
- Each Monday in October, LDANR will upload a post to our Facebook page.
- LIKE the Facebook post to be…
Looking to give back, but don’t have a lot of time to do so? LDANR has the perfect opportunity!
LDANR is currently seeking Bingo volunteers to volunteer only a few times per year.
Delta Bingo, Niagara Falls
Wednesday afternoons, 2:50 – 5:30pm
Click here for more info including upcoming Bingo dates!
**Training is provided!
Contact Chantelle Kurzawa at projectsLdan@cogeco.net if you are interested!
For the month of June, LDANR is participating in Canada Helps’ Great Canadian Giving Challenge (GCGC)!
For every donation made to LDANR through Canada Helps in the month of June, we will be entered to win a donation of $10,000 from Canada Helps! With a $10,000 donation, LDANR can offer our programs to more children living in Niagara with Learning Disabilities.
To donate, click the button below!
The LDANR has recently introduced minimal program fees for their after-school programs. Find out more about this by clicking the link below.
LDANR Member Letter – Nov 2015
Families needed for SickKids research study
on the genetics of reading disabilities
SUMMARY: Families are needed for a research study at SickKids (the Hospital for Sick Children), which is investigating the genetic basis of reading disabilities. We require the participation of families and their child(ren), age 6 to 16 years, who struggle with reading. Parents will receive a report describing their child’s test results, which may be helpful in educational planning. All testing will…