RANDOLPH, Mass. Borders and the May Institute, a national nonprofit serving children and adults with autism and other special needs, announced that they are partnering this holiday season to raise funds for critical services during May Institute's Benefit Days at Borders, Dec. 3 to 5.
"The number of individuals diagnosed with autism and other special needs, brain injury and mental illness far exceeds the resources currently available for families in our communities," said May Institute president and CEO Walter Christian, Ph.D., ABPP. "We are delighted to partner with Borders and grateful for the company's support and commitment to our cause. Funds raised will make a profound, tangible impact on the quality of life for families across the country."
During Benefit Days, Borders said it will donate up to 25% of every purchase made with a special event voucher during in-store or online check-out. For in-store purchases, customers must present the voucher (along with any Borders coupon) at the register. For online purchases, customers must include a promotional code (MAYT1235G) at check-out.