Category Archives: Autism Speaks

Autism Coffee Mugs – Unique Fundraising Ideas for Autism Awareness

If you’re looking for some unique fundraising ideas to raise money for autism awareness, why not try selling autism coffee mugs?  Not only are they something that everyone can use, but they also make a great looking gift when filled … Continue reading

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April is Autism Awareness Month

When spring comes, our thoughts turn to warmth, renewal and hope. Since April is Autism Awareness Month, we think of ways to help those with autism, and those who love them, cope. We plan autism fundraising events to raise money for new programs and research, and we believe our efforts will give those with autism hope for a brighter future. There are many ways you bring attention to this good cause and show your support for people with autism. Here are a couple you can try: Continue reading

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Pink Ribbon & Autism Awareness Stress Balls Relieve the Pressure of Fundraising

Need some new ideas to help you raise money for breast cancer or autism awareness? No worries! Try these fun new fundraising games using pink ribbon & autism awareness stress balls for a quick and easy way to raise money for your next breast cancer walk or Autism Speaks event. Continue reading

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Autism Awareness Fundraising Tips

Do you know someone who has a child with autism? WebMD reports that enrollment in early intervention programs for children with Autism is on the rise, so it is likely that most people will, or already do, know someone with Autism. By participating in Autism awareness fundraising events like Walk for Autism Speaks, or by sponsoring a participant, you can help researchers make much needed progress in the diagnosis and treatment of Autism, and hopefully, one day, help them find a cure. Continue reading

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