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Some companies out there are truly dedicated to making a difference in the special needs community. Each month, Special Needs Essentials partners with a non-profit whose efforts resonate with their own mission: enhance the quality of life for people with special needs, their families, and the professionals caring for them. They promote the heck out of them and donate a portion of all sales made through the website! To contribute to this project, just make a purchase through the website and a portion of your total will automatically be donated. It is that simple!

Special Needs Essentials - How We Give

In June 2015, the selected organization is Learning on the Log, a non-profit organization offering sensory-based, social skills programs for children with developmental and sensory issues since 2001. These programs include pre-school, after-school, weekend activities, summer camps and birthday parties accessible to children of all abilities. By providing a safe and nurturing environment to all children, they help them overcome their own limits and increase their self-esteem. For special needs kids too, summer is coming!

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To apply for a partnership, contact Deborah at dgrauzam@specialneedsessentials.com

Endowment May 2015

After being in business for over half a year, Special Needs Essentials starts giving back to the community. Each month, a partner whose efforts resonate with Special Needs Essentials’ mission is selected to receive a portion of all sales made through the website. To contribute to this project, just make a purchase through the website and a portion of your total will automatically be donated! How cool is that?

In May 2015, the selected organization is Something Special Magazine, a free publication for special needs parents focusing on the positives in life. They give information and inspirationSomething Special - Special Needs Essentials for the special needs parents with the purpose of raising a different kind of awareness: not only that special needs children exist, but that they CAN DO. They also award a scholarship each year to attend college or vocational school to a student in Georgia who has autism or cerebral palsy. Check out their website!

To apply for a partnership, contact Deborah at dgrauzam@specialneedsessentials.com

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