As many of you may know the Autism Society of Nebraska has had a successful Autism Puzzle Walk for the past 3 years. We are in the process of putting together our 4th Annual Autism Society of Nebraska Autism Puzzle Walk. This years walk will Saturday, April 30th at Chalco Hills Recreation Area in Omaha.
This event requires a tremendous amount of commitment and planning from volunteers within our community. An orientation meeting for the Autism Puzzle Walk has been scheduled for Jan 31st at 7:oo p.m.
Assistance is needed is a variety of ways. We need leaders to coordinate food, door prizes and registrations but we also need volunteers who are willing to donate a few hours of work. So, whether you are able to stuff envelops or have a background planning community events, we need you there on Monday, January 31th!
We also need help securing corporate sponsors. Historically our best partnerships have been with those organizations where our families work. If you know of a possible sponsor please let us know. We will have large and small sponsorships available and would appreciate any help you are able to give to this important cause.
The mission of the Nebraska Chapter of the Autism Society of America is to support and advocate for individuals with autism spectrum disorders and their families. The funds raised from the walk will be used for family scholarship program, funding support groups, sponsoring activities for families touched by autism, annual ASD state conference speakers and the continuation of our newsgram, website and virtual support group.
We hope you consider helping us make a difference in the lives of individuals with autism here in Nebraska! If you want to help and just can’t make it that night, don’t worry. Email us and we’ll find a way to use your help! Email us at email@example.com
Remember the missing piece is YOU!
Date: Monday, January 31st, 2011
Where: Autism Center of Nebraska, 9012 Q Street
NW Corner of 90th and Q Street (former church)
Use main entrance from the upper parking lot
A BIG thanks to the Autism Center of Nebraska for allowing the Autism Society the use of their facility to host our meeting!!!!!