Sweet visits autistic kids

On our recent Eastern Caribbean Cruise, 10 wonderful Sweeties visited the Seahorse Institute in Nassau, Bahamas, where Dr. Michelle Majors and her team provide vital services to children with autism. It was inspiring to see the training and dedication of Dr. Majors and her staff as well as the joy of the children they serve. Sweeties donated cash and supplies to the institute, where there were no actual seahorses. We look forward to visiting again in June on our Short and Sweet Cruise, June 28-July 1, 2013.

Here’s the letter she sent us after our visit:

Dear Ladies of Sweet,
Iā€™d like to thank you so much for visiting Seahorse Institute on Friday, November 9. We truly appreciate you taking time out of your vacation to learn about what we do here as well as to visit with our kids. We enjoyed having you. Also, thank you all so much for your donations. We greatly appreciate everything you gave us.

Every year Seahorse continues to advance our mission by continuing to expand our services and programs. Every donation we get helps us to continue to do this, which enables us to continue to change the lives of the many children who pass through our doors.

This year we have seen some very generous donations, which have allowed us to begin to expand our services to include new forms of therapy for our students. Your donation will help us to continue these efforts.

Seahorse aims to continue to make a difference in the lives of children living with autism and other developmental disabilities. With donations from supporters such as you, we continue to see improvements in awareness and services for these children. Thank you again for your support.

Best Wishes,
Dr. Michelle Major
Clinical Director

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