Eme playing her cello.

Love is Now
More Accessible

Rice Krispies Treats partners with the National Federation of the Blind to create accessible ‘Love Notes’ for children who are blind.



Eme's Story

Eme's Story

Eme is funny, spirited, musically gifted– and she also happens to be blind. She’s been paving the way for all kids to learn about the power of music, because she knows that anyone can reach their full potential with love and support.

Eme helped inspire the development of ‘Love Notes’ Braille stickers and audio boxes, so that children like her can get messages with their Rice Krispies Treats just like anyone else.

About the Love Notes Program

Rice Krispies Treat resting on a music stand with sheet music.

Rice Krispies Treats’ writeable wrappers let parents send their children an encouraging note to brighten their day. After all, love and support are the most important school supplies.

But with over 62,000 blind and low-vision children in schools across the United States, we realized not every child is able to see these written notes.


So Rice Krispies Treats is partnering with the National Federation of the Blind to create ‘Love Notes’ in the form of Braille stickers and re-recordable audio boxes. This year, love and support will be more accessible.

Learn about National Federation of the Blind

Visit the National Federation of the Blind online

The story behind Love Notes

Learn about Braille education and resources

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