Why I Walk
This blog post is by Lillian Rivera Nguyen of the Orlando Walk Now for Autism Speaks. You can visit her team page ... More...
Why I Walk - Amy Huizenga
This blog post is by Amy Huizenga, who is a part of the New Jersey Shore Walk.
On June 22, 2010 my son was diagnosed with autism. He was 28 months old. The lives of the then 5 of us were forever changed. I was 36 weeks pregnan... More...
Why I Walk - Nora Fitzpatrick
This post is by Nora Fitzpatrick, the 2012 Washington DC Walk Co-Chair and an energetic advocate for children in the DC metropolitan area. Please Support ... More...
Why I Walk - Edward J. Nitkewicz
This blog post is by Ed Nitkewicz of the Long Island Walk
"Autism is like this: someone breaks into your house late at night and steals your precious child's mind and personality and leaves the bewildered body behind."... More...
Why I Walk- Angela Nieves
This post is by Angela Nieves, a Staten Island walker and team captain. You can visit her fundraising page ... More...
Why I Walk - Leo Zanchettin
This post is by Leo Zanchettin of the Jacksonville Walk Now for Autism Speaks. Leo is the father of six, four of whom are on the autism spectrum.
Hi, there. My name is Leo Zanchettin, and I’ve got plenty of reasons to wa... More...
Why I Walk - For Pride and Love
Jennifer Sheridan lives with her small, beautiful family in Nashville, TN. She is Tennessee's 2012 Volunteer Advocacy Chair for Autism Votes.
Why I Walk – Connections
Written by Sarah Schneck, senior at Northeastern University and Chair of the 2012 Greater Boston Walk Now for Autism Speaks Kickoff.
Why I Walk - Mary Foley
Mary Foley is the Jacksonville Walk Chair.
Why I Walk and How I Raise Money for Autism Speaks
Written by Dagny Power, mom to Thomas and member of the "Libertyville District 70" team
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