This is the second year our board chair, Melissa Miles and board Treasurer, Lewis Miles have attended the Frosty 5K Run benefiting Project Search. A table was set up with books, art and trading cards to raise awareness of our special needs superheroes, as well as support a local program that helps students with special … Continue reading Frosty 5K Part Two
We are beyond thrilled to share the news that illustrator Rashad Doucet has signed a contract and begun work on the second of our special needs superhero books!! This book's working title is Jeremiah Justice Saves Camp! Not only will readers get to share in more adventures with Jeremiah Justice as he battles a new … Continue reading Book #2 is in the Works!
On Thursday, September 19th at 6:00 PM, we will be hosting our first annual fundraising event at Shepherd Living at Savannah Quarters in Pooler, GA. There will be a champagne fountain, chocolate fondue fountain, lots of other great foods, a silent auction, and more. Your admission cost provides you with a champagne flute you can … Continue reading First Annual Fountain Fundraiser
Come out and see us at Barnes and Noble in Savannah on Sunday, August 19th at 2:00. We'd love to see you! Image from Barnes and Noble Savannah Facebook Page publicizing the event.
We would like to thank E Shaver Booksellers in Savannah for hosting an event for Jeremiah Justice Saves the Day! A few weeks ago, the author and illustrator talked with customers about the book, and the mission of the nonprofit. It was a great way to raise awareness and raise money for the foundation. Thanks … Continue reading Book Event in Savannah
The campers at Camp Trach Me Away in Rutledge, GA, each received their own copy of Jeremiah Justice Saves the Day after hearing the story read by author, Melissa Miles. Thanks to generous donors, we were able to provide these copies at no cost to the camp. We can't thank you enough. The kids loved … Continue reading Campers Meet Jeremiah Justice!
Photo credit unknown. Shared from a Facebook post. It matters. Children need books with characters that represent the world around them. Books with characters of different races, religions and physical abilities--just to name a few. Middle grade novels are doing much better with inclusion and representation than they were even a few years ago. But … Continue reading Why it Matters
We are getting amazing feedback from people to let us know how Jeremiah Justice Saves the Day is making a difference to special needs kids. Here is an excerpt of one message: "Just thought I would tell you how much the boy I gave your book to loved it. His mom says he has asked … Continue reading Making a Difference
Author, Melissa Miles visited Ebenezer Elementary School in Effingham County on May 15th to speak to all grade levels about Jeremiah Justice Saves the Day. It was great to share the story with so many young readers, and our nonprofit donated a copy of the book to the school's media center. If you'd like to … Continue reading Another School Visit!
31 copies of Jeremiah Justice Saves the Day were recently donated to the Savannah Chatham County Public School System. Once the books are distributed, each school in Chatham County with K-5 or K-8 students will have a copy of the book in their media center. One of our foundation's goals is to donate books to … Continue reading Savannah Chatham Schools Receive Book Donations