Naughty Norman Merchandise

Supporting FREE preschool has great perks! PDF Print E-mail
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Saturday, 19 October 2013 23:19

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The indiegogo campaign to fund our free preschool program is now in full swing and thanks to seven very generous contributors we have passed the $600 mark.

We have some wonderful companies and individuals who have made in-kind donations to help us reach out goal. The incredible children’s artist and humanitarian Trevor Romain, is illustrating the new Teacher Lee book ‘Naughty Norman’. Contributors will receive a signed first edition print, which will be a collector’s item the day it arrives. We also have jewelry from Samantha Davimes, amazing advertising and PR campaigns for corporations from LazBro, Inc and much more.

All these companies and individuals believe, like we do, that the Play-To-Learn program is very special and unique. There are more than 1,200 families in San Diego attending classes every year. That translates into about 2,000 children. It is a staggering number! We see families from the Chicano Federation, Price Charities properties and Head Start joining us for Play-To-Learn every week. For that reason we really need the support of businesses and individuals to keep this program funded and thriving.

It is unbelievable, but keeping a child in the program for a month costs just $12.50! That is about the cost of a single movie ticket. What that gives back to the communities we reach is beyond value. The children who graduate from our program and go on to Kindergarten begin school with all the skills they need to be successful for life.

Play-To-Learn is a great investment, so don’t delay … contribute today.

Visit http://www.indiegogo.com/projects/free-preschool-for-all/ or just go the website at http://teacherlee.com and click on the indiegogo link to join the campaign!  You can also join actors Anthony Rapp, Jonathan Morgan Heit and Peter Jacobsen to tweet your support for the campaign!

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