That is wonderful to hear again from you, Viv!
Yes, you are welcome to share with them your personal experiences using Little Reader with your own children, and how (from your perspective) EL programs may be beneficial for them in their particular situation.
Since you are right there, and are able to see the situation first hand, you can suggest the ways they will be able to use the programs, and see if they are interested. You can also refer them to BrillBaby website for more information on EL or share some of the outstanding benefits of early education with them, in case they are not very familiar with them. The same way you will do with anyone, who expresses the interest in Early Learning.
If you feel they will be able to benefit from EEECF Scholarships in their particular situation, simply connect them with us and we will take it from there. You can refer them to the Scholarship application here -- http://eeecf.org/sponsorships/charitable-institutions.php
Or you can even go further and assist them in filling this Scholarship application, which I am sure they will appreciate!
This applies to any situation when you meet some NGO or a needy school that in your opinion can greatly benefit from our Learning Programs and will be able to implement them. (At the moment, they need to have at least one computer, that they will be able to use for their lessons.) Thank you for keeping your eyes open and wanting to bring new learning opportunities to the needy children in your area!In relation to this particular ad, we actually looking for volunteers to help us with technical tasks of screening potential orphanages and their websites, adding them to the database and assisting with preliminary communication with them. So it does not matter where you are located or if you have any outreach skills, you can still help!