Miami, FL. (PRWEB) September 05, 2012
411 Pain, a lawyer referral service and national network of therapy centers to help injured people in car accidents, returns with its scholastic Read & Rise literacy campaign.
Dr. Robert Lewin and 411 Pain are partnering up with Scholastic Book Fairs and ClearChannel Radio to raise money and bring awareness to the increasing problem regarding illiteracy in South Florida. The 411 Pain Read & Rise program will visit numerous Broward and Miami-Dade County elementary schools. On their visits they will donate money that will go towards $5.00 reading certificates for each child. With this certificate, children can choose and purchase new books at their schools’ Scholastic Book Fair.
“Not only are we getting children excited about reading and learning, we are also bringing awareness to a growing social problem in our society,” Says Dr. Robert Lewin, president of 411 Pain. “ last years campaign was so successful, and generated such a positive response we couldn’t wait to bring it back, every child deserves the opportunity to let their imagination run wild”.
Last year 1-800-411-Pain and ClearChannel Radio donated over $125,000 to students and teachers. This year they hope to donate even more. Robert Lewin-411 Pain believes that children are the future, and have dedicated themselves to encourage education in South Florida and throughout the country.
411 Pain and Clear Channel Radio will soon announce the dates and schools they will visit. For more information regarding the Read & Rise campaign or be involved in the program please visit Read & Rise.
411-PAIN (1-800-411-PAIN) was founded in 1997 to help those people who have been injured in a car accident. 411-PAIN started out in South Florida and is now a nationwide network of offices that can treat people when they are involved in a car accident.