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Ron Weger Scholarship for the Abrams (Lansing) Center - 532 E. Shiawassee Street Lansing, MI 48912 USA
Detroit Metro Scholarship (Berkley) Center - 3384 W. Twelve Mile Road Berkley, MI 48072 USA
Northern (Harbor Springs) Center - 681 East Lake Street Harbor Springs, MI 49740 USA
St. Clair Center - 10103 S. Seventh Street St. Clair, MI 48079 USA
Flint Center - 4488 W. Bristol Rd., Suite 205, Flint, MI 48507 USA

MDI needs help continuing its mission. MDI has provided hundreds of thousands of hours of instruction to both children and adults since its inception in 1982, changing thousands of lives in the process. In order to continue to provide instruction, perform evaluations, and train new teachers, MDI needs financial support. With your support, together we can continue to help those with dyslexia reach their potential.

MDI is a 501(c)3 tax-exempt organization, and your donation is tax-deductible within the guidelines of U.S. law. This also means that 100% of your donation helps MDI provide remediation to individuals with dyslexia. MDI uses SSL (secure socket layer) technology to protect your information and provide a safe and secure environment for online donations. MDI will not sell, trade, or share your personal information. Once your donation is finalized, a donation receipt will be sent to you at the email address you provide.To claim a donation as a deduction on your U.S. taxes, please keep your email donation receipt as your official record.

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Since its founding in 1982, the Michigan Dyslexia Institute, Inc. (MDI) is the only nonprofit educational organization in Michigan focusing expressly on needs relating to dyslexia. MDI is funded by a combination of grants, donations, and fees for service programs serving children and adults via five regional centers across the state. MDI provides teacher training, cooperative programs with school districts and state agencies, public information about dyslexia, diagnostic evaluation, and remedial reading instruction. MDI not only teaches children and adults dealing with dyslexia, but helps their families understand dyslexia, and trains teachers how to best teach dyslexic students to read and write. As well as increasing public and professional awareness and understanding of dyslexia.