As a part of the Unite for Change community impact series presented by Texas Instruments, United Way of Metropolitan Dallas will host the reading day in classrooms across North Texas.
The effort will unite volunteers from Texas Instruments, Celanese Corporation, Central Market/H-E-B and others from the community to share Dr. Seuss books with elementary students, promoting the joy and importance of reading.
Hundreds of volunteers join United Way on Dr. Seuss Reading Day – KRLD NewsRadio 1080
Dr. Seuss Read Across America Day
via WFAA Channel 8 (Source) – March 2, 2016
Wednesday is Dr. Seuss Read Across America Day.
Hundreds of volunteers join United Way on Dr. Seuss Reading Day
via KRLD NewsRadio 1080 – March 2, 2016
Mitch Carr interviews local children’s author, Michelle Staubach Grimes, about Dr. Seuss Reading Day and the importance of books in the lives of children. United Way will unite hundreds of volunteers from Texas Instruments, Celanese Corporation, Central Market/H-E-B and others from the community in honor of Dr. Seuss’ Birthday on March 2. They will celebrate the day by reading with more than 3,500 local students in schools across North Texas.
United Way Makes Its Way on to the Court
by Britt Stafford, Park Cities People (Source) – March 1, 2016
United Way of Metropolitan Dallas will make an appearance at the upcoming Mavericks game on Mar. 7.
In conjunction with its latest Change a Child’s Story campaign, United Way will engage with attendees with a booth, along with a PSA video featuring former and current Mavs players.
The campaign focuses on changing a child’s life through literacy, particularly through volunteers reading to children.
Former Dallas Maverick Rolando Blackman will show support of the campaign through a celebration of Dr. Seuss’s birthday with Michelle Staubach Grimes, author of Where is Pidge? on March 2.