Brave like Bronson is now connected with Amazon! The AmazonSmile Foundation will donate 0.5% of your purchase price to Brave Like Bronson, Inc. as long as you’re an Amazon shopper. So, if you’re an Amazon shopper, please click on the link below.
At the end of the quarter, Brave Like Bronson will receive the percentage from all sales designated to this cause. Your price remains the same. Enjoy your shopping and don’t forget BLB when doing so. Every penny matters!
What People Are Saying . . .
Brave Like Bronson was a great program. It helped my students to understand children with special needs a little bit better. The students enjoyed the puppet show. It was funny and informative. Meeting Bronson was cool too! Thanks for visiting our school. » Ms. Angeli, First Grade Teacher
Thank you for the wonderful Brave like Bronson program. The students enjoyed seeing Bronson after learning about him in class. The students also enjoyed the puppet show and learning to accept others that may not act or look like they do. Thank you for the wonderful program. » Ms. E. Foose, First Grade Teacher
The excitement that Brave Like Bronson, Inc. brings into a room not only brightens it, but encourages each and every one that hears this amazing story. Rather if they are speaking to a class of children or a room of adults, they leave a powerful impact. » Heather Augustyniak, MSN, FNP-C, CPG Medical Leader for Survivorship Care
The story of love and compassion from both Tricia (Bronson’s mother) and Yvette (mother to Tricia) is beyond words. They have been through many trails with Bronson, but have always been strong encouragers to many. I can only imagine how Brave Like Bronson, Inc. will touch lives and will positively encourage children as they learn about inclusion and special needs. I am excited to have Brave Like Bronson, Inc. visit schools and include their puppets. » Kim Keith, Music Teacher, Duval County Schools
Brave Like Bronson Inc. is a great vision being brought into our schools to help the community gain a deeper understanding of people with disabilities and an awareness of the many similarities and differences among all students. » Tracey Richardson, 2nd Grade Teacher, Duval County Public Schools