Janet Launza has a passion to help children with reading. This is very important for school districts, because many children are not reading on their grade level, and have problems with passing the TASK Test. In 2006, she established Keep Reading Inc., which is a non-profit to encourage children to see the benefits of reading. She also has another business, read all about her ambitions.
Janet tell us about herself and her passion. "I am a Christian woman that's married with children and grandmother of 10, 6 boys and 4 girls. I love to encourage and inspire people to be kind and loving to all that they come in contact with. Either through personal or social media contacts. I have been a Independent Associate of LegalShield for over 9 years. I've been marketing this service this long because it has helped my family and friends save their home when it was about to go into 'foreclosure'. It has helped when a member was going thru the difficulty of dealing with the insurance companies when her husband passed suddently. It has given me peace of mind when I was being 'sued' over some property I inherited."
Reading is important to Janet, so she established a non-profit to read to children. "Keep Reading Inc. is a non-profit I started over 7 years ago. I visit schools to read to children. I encourage them to see the value of reading. Reading is very important to me. I have always encouraged my children to read and now that I have grandchildren, I wanted to do the same thing. Being a non-profit has inspired me to do the same for other children."
Her goals for 2013 are promising..."My goals for this year is to visit more schools and share LegalShield with more Small Businesses. We are not just for individual. I beleive everything we need to have a good life, God has already given us. I'm so excited about life, that I want to do all I can while I can. I want to share all the info I read with everyone, and I've learned that everyone don't want to know everything I know. But for those that do I want to share it, and pray and hope it helps them."
If you would like to know more about LegalShield or if you would like for her to come read or just talk to your students about how valuable reading is.
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