Dear Theresa & Ali Nejad,
Thank you so much for the kindles. My students have been using them daily
since they arrived at school. I use many different free apps to help them
with letter recognition, number identification, reading, number and letter
writing. I have students who have gained confidence in their abilities in
kindergarten from using the educational apps.
Students who were a behavioral challenge love using the kindles as a reward.
Students who have fine motor difficulty are writing numbers and letters on
the Kindle using their finger. I am hopeful that they will become more
comfortable with writing on paper soon.
The most exciting thing about the kindles for my students is the interactive
and rewarding activities that are on the apps. They like the learning games
too. The kindles are used to help differentiate instruction. Some students
require further letter or number recognition. Some are ready to add and
subtract. Some students are ready to read stories on the Kindle.
The most popular apps are Elmo’s ABC’s, Elmo’s 123s, and Starfall. When I
see a student confuses a letter with another, I put them on Starfall to
practice those letters. I then check for understanding after the activity
and they have learned the correct letter. Because of your generous donation,
one third of my class has an opportunity to use the kindles at least twice
Nejad Rugs of Doylestown has donated a beautiful handmade 5′ x 8′ area rug designed by Theresa Nejad
Nejad Rugs of Doylestown has donated a beautiful handmade 5′ x 8′ area rug designed by Theresa Nejad for the Habitat for Humanity of Bucks County’s signature event – Hard Hats & High Heels – held in recognition of the generous support of community volunteers and supporters.
“Habitat Bucks is only successful because of the partnerships that we have forme over our 26 year history. The people who received awards on Friday night are among our most important partners, and all play a significant role in helping low-income, Bucks County families find affordable housing,” said Florence Kawoczka, Executive Director of Habitat for Humanity of Bucks County.
The mission of Habitat for Humanity of Bucks County (Habitat Bucks) is “Building homes, empowering families.” Habitat has an open-door policy. All who believe that everyone needs a decent, affordable place to live are welcome to help with the work, and they accept volunteers and supporters from all backgrounds who are willing
to serve people in need of decent housing.
Habitat for Humanity – Bucks County
Nejad Rugs of Doylestown donation to go toward helping disadvantaged kids in Quakertown
Nejad Oriental Rugs has donated a handmade $450.00 rug for Pride of Quakertown’s fund-raising event. Pride of Quakertown is a local charitable organization helping children and families in Quakertown, PA.
Pride of Quakertown
ANA Event sponsors Theresa & Ali Nejad of Nejad Rugs, Doylestown, PA
The 2015 ANA Americans for Native Americans Garden Party and fundraiser, sponsored by Ali & Theresa Nejad of Nejad Rugs, Doylestown, was held on August 22nd in nearby Furlong, PA.
This charitable event successfully raised funds to promote and help support programs that provide scholarships for Native American nursing students in partnership with Doylestown Hospital, a Back Pack program that features nutritious weekend meals for Native American students as well as veterinary assistance to select areas of the American southwest.
Bucks County Herald featured article for ANA Party
For more information please visit the website americansfornativeamericans.org
Letter from JAG Fund to Ali Nejad in recognition of his generous donation
Nejad Rugs of Doylestown has generously donated a Theresa Nejad original designer rug valued at $1800 to the Jag Fund. Since 1989 this Philadelphia area-based philanthropic organization has raised and donated over $1,500,000.00 to the American Brain Tumor Association.
For more information please visit www.jagfund.org