The Special Needs

Ambassador Program

        The Special Needs Parent Handbook in every library



Thank you for your interest in helping to expand our library donation program by delivering books to your local libraries.


Over 300 libraries have received free copies of The Special Needs Parent Handbook with the help of volunteer ambassadors like you.


To become an ambassador simply complete and return the ambassador agreement.  Once you are accepted into the program, you will receive one copy of the special edition of the book that you can keep and five copies to deliver to local libraries.


Please see below to learn how this program got started.


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For Immediate Release


Second $5000 Donation for Ambassador Program - Free Copies of

The Special Needs Parent Handbook to Libraries Around the World

                        

First Volunteers from California, China, Florida, Massachusetts, Minnesota,

Nebraska, New Jersey, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, Washington State and India


2.23.2011 - FROM:

The Drive4Rebecca

Two Valley Place
Tenafly, New Jersey 07670

Contact: Jon Singer
Email: info@Drive 4 Rebecca.org

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE


NEW JERSEY - The Special Needs Ambassador Program, launched by Drive4Rebecca, is providing free copies of The Special Needs Parent Handbook to libraries around the country and around the world. 


Kicked off with a very generous gift of $5000 from the parents of a child with autism, and the donation of books at cost from AuthorHouse, ambassadors are delivering books to their local libraries so that families unable to afford one can gain access to the book and become stronger advocates for their children with special needs.


After learning about the ambassador program, Tony Dos Santos, of Medisca, Inc. made a matching donation of $5000 donation to help print 3000 books.


Drive4Rebecca has been partnering with not for profit organizations that serve families in need to distribute free copies - United Cerebral Palsy of NYC has ordered 1500 books - and volunteers have answered the call in several states and internationally. 


“Ambassadors” in India and China are working on translations, a Spanish version is underway in New Jersey, and a 9th grader in Florida has agreed to be an ambassador in his area.  The goal is 11 languages in 11 countries in ’11 and long term a free copy of the book in every library around the world.


Learn more at Drive4Rebecca.org.

    




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Timely, well written, practical ... this slim gem should 

  be on the shelf of every library

       Julianne J. Smith, Library Journal



Singer’s book offers parents thoughtful guidance with

  a healthy dose of honesty and optimism

       Ed Matthews, MyChildWithoutLimits.org



The Special Needs Parent Handbook is a simple, easy 

  to read book offering practical advice

       Lisa Borges, The Doug Flutie, Jr. Foundation for Autism





  







   




   

 

 

   


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