Anthony Majewski and Max have agreed that a percentage of their children's book sales will be donated to the Leader Dogs for the Blind. Just like their book, You may not be aware Lead Dogs start out as puppies and move several times during their training process before being place in their forever home. Once these Leader Dogs are placed in a home they enhance the lives of people who are blind and visually impaired.
When Leader Dogs for the Blind first learned about this opportunity, Jane Porter, Donor Relations Specialist, said "What a great opportunity. This relationship will help children that have to move, our Leader Dogs who also experience moving, and our clients."
Anthony Majewski is please to have this relationship with Leader Dogs for the Blind.
Anthony states, "Moving did affect him as a child. Also, seeing the effects of blindness on a family member was more the reason Max and I wanted to get involved with Leader Dogs for the Blind. We felt is was the best way to share both messages"
About Anthony's book, "Dogs Move Too! From Max's Point of View."
"In Dogs Move Too!", Max just found out his father lost his job and he has to move. Max is a five year old yellow English Labrador Retriever and this is his first children’s book in a series called, “Read with Max.” As you read Max's story, he will share his moving adventure with you from his point of view. Max's book includes many photos of him as well his friends. After you finish reading Max's book, children and parents will know that if Max can move, they can move too.
You can find their book on www.amazon.com or Max's Website www.readwithmax.com
About Leader Dogs for the Blind
Since 1939, Leader Dogs for the Blind has been providing dog guides to people who are blind and visually impaired to enhance their mobility, independence and quality of life. We have proudly trained over 13,500 clients from 39 countries to use a Leader Dog. All services are provided free of charge to clients thanks to the funds provided by individuals, foundations, community service clubs such as Lions Clubs, and corporate donations from around the world. Loss of sight is a life-changing event that affects every aspect of a person’s life. Travel that was once easy, like going down the street to visit a friend, now seems like an insurmountable obstacle. Plans to attend college or find a new job may be cancelled due to safety concerns. Choosing to come to Leader Dogs for the Blind is also a lifechanging event, one that reopens the doors to independence, safety and self-worth that many people who are visually impaired think are closed to them forever.
“The Mission of Leader Dogs for the Blind is to enhance the lives of people who are blind and visually impaired.”
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