In November of 2023, we start our tenth year of operation and have provided services to families in Mesa, Montrose, Delta, Moffat, and Garfield counties. In the last two years alone, we have screened over 200 children for dyslexia and provided advocacy support to their families. We focus on educational screening and consultation support, so our waitlist is usually a week at most. We have even been able to offer educational scholarships for those who need them. Each year, the number of families we support grows substantially. Until now, we have operated solely on private donations and a volunteer board. While we are grateful for this, as we begin our next decade of support, we must think of sustainability. To continue to offer the same quality support and remain a resource on the Western Slope, our board has elected to implement a sliding scale to cover some of the costs we incur. We realize that it may be unusual for us to announce a celebration and at the same time announce we are implementing a fee. Our goal is to remain transparent with the funding we receive in best practice with the services we offer.