A little thank you to wrap up your work week:
Our recent shipment to The School for Children with Special Needs in St. Vincent and the Grenadines made it in record time! Passing along words of gratitude from their principal and our appreciation for your continued support. Sparking on…
“An extraordinary thank you to Project Little Spark for such a generous contribution…we truly appreciate your gesture and thank you for partnering with us to improve the lives of students with disabilities in our school.”
We are grateful for an unsolicited donation received this morning from an educator in the U.S. Virgin Islands who heard about our project. Over 300 NEW classic books and early readers will soon be on their way to the School for Children with Special Needs in St. Vincent and the Grenadines (SVG). Your generous donations and support received when shopping via iGive will cover the cost of this shipment. Another example showing that people are kind and want to help when and where they can. Sparking on from the VI to SVG!
On behalf of the special needs students who created this collage, we wish you a Happy Valentine’s Day or as one of our girls with Down’s Syndrome says “happy heart smile day”. Share the ❤️ and spark on!
project little spark is inspired by a belief that a simple act of kindness lights a desire to continue to help others…
Our goal is to directly promote kindness, generosity, and compassion in all children, including those with special needs.
In that spirit, Project Little Spark enjoyed a productive day with special needs students from St. Croix, USVI (United States Virgin Islands) as we prepared Valentine’s Day cards for distribution to residents at the local Home for the Aged.When asked how the older folks might feel when they open their cards, one of our boys with autism commented, “happy…they got no family…now got card to smile”. Wise words and insight from a young boy struggling with social connections…
Project Little Spark enjoyed a fun day with special needs students from St. Croix, USVI (United States Virgin Islands). We’ve collected supplies valued ~$100 in the USVI and learned about our Caribbean neighbors in St. Vincent and the Grenadines (SVG).
The children made cards for inclusion in our New Year’s shipment to The School for Children with Special Needs in SVG. Thanks to our donors for the funds to cover shipping costs and best wishes for 2016!