Due to the uncertain economic environment, the Board of Directors at Hiram’s Edge Literacy Project (HELP) has decided to postpone the inaugural Reader’s Cup Golf Tournament until further notice. This was a tough decision for us to make, considering the excellent outpouring of support we have had in the short time this tournament has been in the works. However, we believe that this is the right decision for all parties involved.
H.E.L.P. for Young Readers
Flynn Creations LLC and our media partner Curry Event Services are active sponsors and participants in the Hiram’s Edge Literacy Project, a non-profit foundation that provides books and learning technology to underprivileged children and poorly funded school systems. To learn more about the foundation or inquire about help for your school district, visit the Hiram’s Edge Literacy Project.
Our Mission at Flynn Creations
Flynn Creations LLC sponsors a number of non-profit endeavors to support our mission as a community-based service provider. In addition to H.E.L.P. for Young Readers, we also publish “October Golf Magazine” to support the “Steve Mitchell Golf Classic” in Fredericksburg, Virginia, and we attend and make regular contributions to Excel Christian Church right here in Leominster, Massachusetts. Flynn Creations LLC is a Better Business Bureau Accredited Business and also a proud member of the North Central Massachusetts Chamber of Commerce.
History of H.E.L.P. for Young Readers
The Hiram’s Edge Literacy Project filed a Certificate of Incorporation as a Non-Profit Foundation with the Secretary of State’s Office in Massachusetts on June 25, 2018. For the past two years, our founding members have been working with children and parents struggling with the financial burdens of providing the reading materials, tablets, and laptops that are essential for quality education in today’s world.
The primary objective of our literacy project is to instill a love of reading in younger children. Our research has shown that many children do not read simply because they are given books they have no interest in reading. Classic literature is important, but starting out with a Harry Potter or Percy Jackson novel will more often than not “light the fire” inside a young mind and give a child a passion for reading.