Literacy Links for Little Ones, Inc.
IRMC Teddy Bear Fund Donation
We are able to continue to give the gift of Babybug magazine subscriptions to Indiana County newborns and their families.
Senator Don White and Representative Dave Reed
With their assistance, we were able to procure a grant from the Department of Community and Economic Development. An educational video, Sowing Seeds for Success, was produced that explains our mission and is shared with new parents at the Indiana Regional Medical Center.
United Way of Indiana County
This grant allowed us to purchase 200 copies of the CD, Baby Einstein's Lullaby Classics.
Rotary Club of Indiana
Two laptop computers were purchased for the Indiana Regional Medical Center’s Maternity Ward. This technology makes it convenient for new parents to view our educational video and access our website.
Community Foundation for the Alleghenies
Bork Family Fund
We continue to give the gift of a year’s subscription to Babybug magazine to newborns and their families in Indiana County.
We were awarded a grant from Target that recognized our efforts to encourage parents to read to their children and provided funds to provide quality literature to newborns residing in Indiana County.
The Indiana Community
Since our inception, individuals have been loyal contributors to Literacy Links for Little Ones and have allowed us to operate as an official non-profit organization.
Indiana Regional Medical Center Obstetrics Clinic
We are partners on a project entitled Literature and Lullabies. Parents receiving prenatal care at the clinic receive a copy of Baby Einstein's Lullaby Classics CD and a free subscription to Babybug.
Alpha Delta Kappa, Indiana Reading Council, Kappa Delta Pi, Kiwanis, and Quota all have recognized our efforts to provide vital literacy skills to the infants of Indiana County.
Indiana Regional Medical Center Maternity Ward
Parents of newborns receive a copy of My Shining Star, a children’s story written by award-winning author Rosemary Wells, and a free subscription to Babybug magazine, a listening-looking magazine for infants and toddlers.
LLLO representatives attend monthly storytelling sessions at libraries in the county to share our mission with parents and provide subscriptions to Babybug magazine.