Public Organization and Book Club
Readers&Dreamers is a nonprofit organization that supports literacy, Disablity awareness, Cancer research , and Rare Illnesses. We are here to support disabled bodies locally and around the world. We really feel the best way to reach people is through a story. We have found that reading a good book with a group of people can lead to great discussions.
Readers & Dreamers Book Club is trying to bridge the gap between the able and disabled bodies. We support our communities across the states and internationally. We are not just a local book club and nonprofit but a global nonprofit. Readers&Dreamers has a very interactive online community where there are videos, interviews, blogging,chat rooms and resource services.
The online consist of information pertaining to the book club, blog, and twitter, which are constantly updating articles along with photos to follow. We believe in getting out in to the community by foot we are dedicated to handing out care packages to the many people in need within the community.
Our two major things we ask everyone to support us in is the Dreamer's Book Drive and We Care toiletries Collection Drive. Our book drive is 365 days a year and we collect books for all local cancer centers and neighboring states. The books are given to chemo patients children to adult age. Next, our toiletry collection is for people in need within our local community. In addition we give them as boxed wrapped gifts around Christmas time, so even a person in need can enjoy a Christmas gift! So, please join us on this magical journey of helping hands and change. We are Readers&Dreamers.
Changing Lives One Book At A Time
Amber Valentine’s smile and personality is as big as the state of Texas where she was born and raised. Her close friends call her Val.This one particular passion has led to Amber building strong relationships as Entrepreneur, and running a local book club, advocacy group, tutoring service, and public speaking workshops. In addition, she runs a non-profit organization that supports inner city youth, disabilities, people with rare illnesses and cancer survivors within the community. You can also find her on Ask Miss A .com as a local Dallas author. Amber dream is to one day be an ambassador for disabled bodies across the world. Her favorite saying "tomorrow is a new day, but not always promised, so do your best today".
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