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Lullalee Productions And Services

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Nonprofit Overview

Causes: Arts & Culture, Arts Services, Children & Youth, Philanthropy, Philanthropy, Charity & Voluntarism Promotion, Religion, Religious Printing & Publishing

Mission: Lullalee began with one woman's belief That helping ​under served kids learn how to read and to find their special gift would make a difference toward secondary education, social change and employment opportunities. Studies have proven that Art and Music can increase how we learn. Our slogan endorses our belief that we "embrace the fact that children learn in different ways." Our organization fulfills self-esteem Projects to inspire young children to focus on the importance of education and the gifts/talents they have to offer.

Results: Since 2004, Lullalee has served 50 institutions and facilities reaching more than 200,000 people in California. Louisiana and Africa. We have provided children, displaced families, seniors and veterans with innovative reading programs, book grants, magical literacy events and basic need items free of charge

Direct beneficiaries per year: 10,000

Programs: Our Literacy projects are focused on children hospitals,blind organizations,children's shelters and disadvantaged youth programs. Weekly/Monthly literacy Program for Skyline College- 30 children Literacy Fair for The Salvation Army serving 1000 kids

Community Stories

4 Stories from Volunteers, Donors & Supporters

Volunteer

Rating: 5

I am brought to tears with the memory of a child’s excitement over a book with her name written on the bookplate. She said it was her first book ever and she would never let it go! “ I’m even gonna sleep with it!” This child had asked for a baby’s book for her brother upon approaching the table. Her first thought was for her sibling. When she marched off with both books in hand she was on top of the world!

Seeing children seek out a corner to read while other activities are happening is a joy. The world opens up to those who read.
Thank you to Lullalee for this opportunity to instill in children the world of curiosity, knowledge, adventure, inspiration, compassion, etc.

Board Member

Rating: 5

Worthy cause that continues its mission to serve the underserved with much more than books...

Kate B.

Professional with expertise in this field

Rating: 5

Lullalee is an amazing organization that has brought books, literacy experiences, and a love of learning to the lives of so many children! Founder Lee-Ann Butler Owens has transmitted her passion for service to others into a much-needed arena: that of offering joy and an opening into the world of books.
Both LeeAnn and her husband have brought in authors for events that highlight the best of children's literature. Her work with Shriner's Hospital and Skyline College Child Development Center is exemplary, and should be replicated in every community that values entry into reading and its citizens' active commitment to its children.

Daniel S.

Volunteer

Rating: 5

Lullalee inspired me in a very fundamental way.
Sometime late in 2009, YouTube sent out a call for volunteer film-makers, and I offered my services as a Computer Animator.
YouTube connected me with Lee Ann Butler Owens, of Lullalee Productions and Services.
Lee Ann had written a heartwarming and educational story called Colleen's Dollhouse. She had then gotten it made into an audiobook, voicing one of the characters and composing the music herself.
I felt for the story, and began animating immediately after listening to the audiobook. I worked for months, trying to visually follow the story and synchronize with the sound of the audiobook. Lee Ann was patient and gracious.
Finally, in May of 2010, it was finished. I was proud of my work, and was happy to know what great wørk Lullalee is doing for the cause of literacy.