The Conductive Learning Center of Greater Cincinnati‘s Founder, Donna Spiegel, was featured on “ABC News” special report, ‘American Heart.”
Busloads of shoppers roll into the Cincinnati suburbs and stop at Donna Spiegel’s chain of secondhand stores. Over the course of this Saturday, bargain hunters will shop at five Snooty Fox consignment shops — stuffing the bus and its cargo bay with furniture and bags of clothing.
“I’m definitely going to have to stop at another ATM,” said Karen Dunn, as she headed for the cash register with a large lamp tucked under each arm.
But these shoppers are getting more than just a bargain. Their purchases provide crucial help to children with disabilities, such as Spiegel’s grandson Dayton.
“The diagnosis was devastating, just to hear cerebral palsy and not being in the special needs world, you’re not even sure what that is,” said Spiegel, “And then you hear he isn’t going to walk. He’s not going to talk.”
Read the complete story “A Grandmother’s Love Leads to School for Disabled Children,” on ABC News.