Navtej Kohli has been gracious enough to sponsor a post about my favorite charity. In fact, he‘s sponsored several across my different blogs, and I’ll be highlighting a different charity for each sponsorship, but I’m making them all local, in a state wide sort of way. Right now, I want to tell you about All Kinds of Minds. This organization is rated 4 stars by Charity Navigators, and it’s self-stated primary goal is to “educate teachers, parents, educational specialists, psychologists, pediatricians, and students about differences in learning, so that children who are struggling in school because of the way their brains are “wired” are no longer misunderstood.” All Kinds of Minds believes that the key to helping a child is to pinpoint that child’s strengths and weaknesses in learning, and then help parents and teachers develop a program for that specific child. I don’t think it gets any closer to homeschooling than that, except for, you know, actual home schooling and all.

I want to thank Navtej for the opportunity to talk about an organization that’s making a difference to kids right here in my home state. We cannot make a better investment than pouring our resources into our children.