Walk Now For Autism Speaks

Office Hours - Learn How to Jumpstart Your Walk Fundraising

Our 2014 Fall Walk events are quickly approaching! Even if you are not yet registered for this year’s event, we invite you to join us for "Office Hours – Jumpstart Your Walk Fundraising." Join Beth Whitehouse, National Walk D... More...

Musician Gives Back After Being Inspired by The Autism Community

This post is by Jessica McLaughlin, a mom, teacher, writer and autism advocate. 

I’m a teacher. A “neuronormal” teacher that works in a K8 school with three ASD units. My daughter happens to be in one of thos... More...

A Story about Autism and Acceptance with Kids Who Care

The post below is written by Lynn Balter, a parent, volunteer and board member of Kids Who Care. After Lynn presented to a large group of 7th graders at Cocopah Middle School in Scottsdale, Ar... More...

A Sibling Walks for Autism to Help People Like Her Brother

This guest post is by Patricia Rollins who works in Field Development for Autism Speaks. Patricia is a walker for Staten Island’s Walk Now for Autism Speaks where she walks for team “... More...

Pittsburgh Walk Recap 2014

Over 11,000 individuals came out on a beautiful, sunny day in the City... More...

Iowa Walk Recap 2014

An estimated 2,000 walkers participated in the 13th annual Iowa Walk Now for Autism Speaks on Saturday, June 14th at the Io... More...

Northern New Jersey 2014 Walk Recap

The Northern New Jersey Walk Now for Autism Speaks at MetLife Stadium was amazing. More than 7,500 attended and many families enjoyed amazing entertainment from local dance troupe The Vibe, the Bergen County High School Jazz band, and a guest appe... More...

Chicago Walk Recap 2014

More than 20,000 people took part in the Chicago Walk at Soldier Field on Saturday, May 17, raising more than $1,019,943 and counting for Autism Speaks

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