Update! The So to Speak benefit reading for Casa Ruby was a powerful event! Thank you to all who attended and donated. We received TWO carloads full of donated goods, as well as funds to help Casa Ruby pay some bills. Epicure Cafe was packed with love and goodness, with warmth and generosity. Thank you to our four incredible readers! Thank you to our wonderful ASL translators.

And thank you to Ruby for mesmerizing and moving us with your words and your story. Thank you for all the work that you and your staff do at Casa Ruby. Thank you for your persistence, your heart. If we could all have giving hearts like Ruby.

Ruby Jade Corado

Ruby Jade Corado

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Sarah Browning reading her poetry, accompanied by ASL translator Sarah

John Copenhaver reading his crime fiction

John Copenhaver reading his crime fiction

Marcos Martinez reading fiction

Marcos Martinez reading fiction

Jennifer Atkinson reading her poetry, accompanied by ASL translator Valerie

Jennifer Atkinson reading her poetry, accompanied by ASL translator Valerie

But let’s not let the goodness end here. If you want to figure out how to support Casa Ruby (either through donation or volunteering) please check out their website or contact us at So to Speak


Photo Credits

Featured Image: Amanda Bender

Images of Readers & Ruby: Danielle Badra

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