Services


Friends of Rick Daniels offers different services to help raise awareness and motivate the fight against bullying and childhood cancer

baby with a book

Lou Poole

CEO

Christian Larson

Designer

With the help of donations and book sales, we donate autographed copies of “Noah & Saby’s Magical Storybook Adventure” to children fighting cancer, along with their own Saby, the magical lion cub and coloring book gift set.

We could not do it without your support.

 

 

We offer services at local locations for ages 5-13, including schools, libraries, and churches. We have made a difference and have had a big impact in schools in Washington, D.C, and Maryland.

 

Our campaigns give children the information they need to raise awareness. We supply them with everyday tools, so they don’t forget to live a bully-free life.

 

Lou Poole

CEO

Christian Larson

Designer

Meet and Greet

Rick Daniels will host a meet and greet and read-a-loud. Students can learn about the motivation behind his books and they can hear about his journey to becoming a successful author; despite having a learning disability.  After reading his books to the audience, every student will receive a coloring book gift set to go along with the story.

 

Anti-Bullying Presentation

Our team will give an anti-bullying presentation in an attempt to combat bullying. The presentation is interactive. It covers bullying/cyber-bullying in its entirety. The author will get every student to engage in the anti-bullying pledge and each child in the class will be gifted an anti-bullying gift set

This presentation was designed for a small audience or class. Please contact us if you would like us to present to a larger group or the whole school.

puppet

Ike and Mike Puppet Show

 

Ike and Mike, a popular children’s book, written by Rick Daniels became such a hit that he decided to turn it into a puppet show. Our puppet show is fun, interactive, educational, and teaches basic spelling skills.

 

Ike and Mike explore D.C and visit some of the most famous landmarks in the D.C area and at the end of the day, they have a bite to eat at one of the city’s most notorious restaurants.

 

Although the world is full of suffering, it is also full of the overcoming of it.

Helen Keller