Autism Speaks walk May 5th at Citi Field

You asked and we listened!

Thank you to the feedback we received from our 2012 walkers, we realize that we need to provide a safe, fun autism friendly environment for our constituents. So, we are moving the 2013 NYC Walk!

Join us at our new venue:

Citi Field in Flushing, NY

To build the excitement around our new venue, we are pleased to announce a very special Fundraising Incentive.

Anyone who registers for the 2013 NYC Walk between Tuesday, January 15, 2013 and Friday, February 15, 2013 and raises $300 will be entered into a raffle to win two round trip tickets on JETBLUE. The winner will be announced at the NYC Walk Awards and Kick Off reception on Wednesday, February 27! RSVP online to easily sign up.

Join Autism Speaks as we walk to change the future for all who struggle with autism!

Walk Now for Autism Speaks is a fun-filled, family friendly event and is our single most powerful force to fund vital research that will lead us to the answers we need. Experience the power of thousands united by a single cause by joining Walk Now for Autism Speaks. Autism is the fastest-growing serious developmental disorder in the U.S. – we need more volunteers to join our fight. Whether this is your first walk or the 10th, take the first step and register today. You will not only raise funds, but you will become a part of a fun and supportive family-focused community.

Every 11 minutes, another family receives the devastating news that their child has an autism spectrum disorder. Help us change that! Start fundraising today. Whether you strive to join our new “Grand Club” (walkers that raise $1,000 or more) or sell lemonade to boost your total or create your own unique event, you become a part of the solution! Don’t wait another minute – start a corporate, school or family team today!

We look forward to seeing you at the event!

via 2013 Walk Now for Autism Speaks: NYC – Home.

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