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SEEDLINGS Braille Books for Children – MICHIGAN
Seedlings Braille Books for Children is a 501(c)3 non-profit, tax-exempt organization dedicated to increasing the opportunity for literacy by providing high quality, low cost braille books for children. As a non-profit organization, Seedlings sells its books for considerably less than it costs to make them. Support is very broad based and comes from individuals, philanthropic groups, corporations and private foundations. Seedlings is not a United Way agency and receives no government grants. Thanks to hundreds of generous donors and dedicated, hardworking volunteers, the price of Seedlings' books remains far below actual production costs, averaging only $10 per book.
Bonde, of Livonia, founded Seedlings Braille Books for Children to increase the availability of quality Braille books for blind children and make them affordable for families. Since its inception in 1984, Seedlings Braille Books for Children has produced more than 300,000 braille books for children and expects to distribute 25,000 more this year. With the help of generous individuals, foundations and philanthropic groups, Seedlings' founder, Debra Bonde has been bringing the joy of reading to countless blind children worldwide for more than 25 years, helping them to read and succeed.