The company Read to grow is looking to nip illiteracy in the bud by helping babies learn new words as fast and much as they can. the stats they present can help us to see that education at an early age and when put to the developing mind makes the mind more capable of learning new things the older they get.
This is a good organization that i recommend, this is a organization i think that can inspire us to help the lower income communities become a place that can change for the better.
when paired with better diet and early education the places that are considered low end communities are able to change around for the better. a more receptive mind able to function at a pace that makes ideas and communication more available. this is a good thing it helps humanity to grow and those that were dealt a bad hand a chance to change that hand to be a better opportunity.
look these people up and see how you can help. Heck see if its possible to expand to your neighborhood. if not maybe get inspired and do like they are doing. its when we partner with the right people that we can make change more prevalent. you see that they partnered with a local food pantry.... these are ideas worth looking at. things that the people can do to make good show in places where depression may hold many because they see no hope.
lead by example. "be the change you want to see in the world."
that's a quote from Gandhi.
that's about it and wraps it up for this guy
your fellow knight in Christ.