I wanted to just give you an update about our newest program for kids. You may have read about it or seen something on TV.
The Humanity Project’s “At-Risk Reading and Writing Program” has been featured so far in the South Florida Sun Sentinel and on WSFL-TV with stories ready for publication in the next few days in both the Miami Herald and the Spanish-language El Sentinel … Time magazine’s kids version is also doing a story and CBS News has expressed strong interest. Why all the attention? Because the program is truly innovative, which is something the Humanity Project strives for in all our efforts. In this case, we have more than 50 at-risk middle schoolers writing books about bullying … for elementary school kids. There are two books and the main story for each book is done now. These imaginative tales have turned out great too! We’ll tell you more about the content soon. But for now, just know this: your support for the Humanity Project is making a real difference in the real world. Thank you!