The founder of Sri Arunodayam, a home in India for abandoned children with disabilities, recently wrote to the members of the NWDSA Youth Group to thank them for resources the group donated to the home. The Youth Group held a book sale last June and raised over $1,300 for the home. The donation included an expanded version of the Boardmaker software program, materials from DownsEd Trust, copies of NWDSA’s New Parent Guide, DVDs, t-shirts and other educational resources.
Iyyappan Subramanian, the founder of the home, wrote this message to the group: “Thank you so much for your books and resource materials. I just received your parcel and have been looking at it one by one. I am sure all these materials will help our staff to enrich their knowledge and provide better services to the kids.”