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Walk the Walk for Autism - Stepping in the Right Direction for Autism
Together we raised $270,000 in 2018.
Thank you for Walking the Walk for Autism.
Your support means understanding, acceptance and inclusion
for people with autism and their families.

Our Stories

  • Nicole
    Though our boys have not been formally diagnosed we know our boys are on the spe... more
  • Amy
    We are walking in support of our sweet daughter, Tessa. With us, we will have ou... more
  • Cohen
     Supporting Bedford Sackville Chapter of Autism more
  • Hughena & Stan
    We are walking for our Grandson Emmett because he is brilliant,beautiful and the... more
  • marissa
    I am walking to support my daughter and others who have autism more
  • Corinne
    I am walking for my son Brady. He is an amazing little boy and I am excited to b... more
  • Suzie
    I am walking to give back to those who have helped me!  Since moving to Nov... more
  • Crystal
    As most of you know, my oldest boy, Steven is Autistic. This fundraiser has alwa... more
  • Gregg
     We're helping raise funds and awareness for Autism in Pictou County. ... more
  • Shelley
    My family and I are walking in support of this cause because it is near and dear... more
  • Cameron
     I am walking so that I can help my friends go to the Valley Summer Camp. I... more
  • Colette
     I'm walking for my son and for many friends and families I have in my supp... more
  • Elizabeth
    We chose to walk this year (our fifth time!) as our young daughter, Rowan Avalon... more
  • Rebecca
    Our family is walking in honour and support of our dear friend Becca.   more
  • Leah
     I, along with my husband Grant O'Hara, are walking for our son Nolan. Nola... more
  • Jilliane
     We are walking as a family to support our daughter Sophia (age 3) who was ... more
  • Jordan
    I'm walking for my little brother, Taylor, who has Autism. As soon as he was bor... more
  • Brittany
    I'm walking because someone that means the world to me is going threw something ... more
  • Kara
    Jude is our son, he’s 8. He was diagnosed with ASD 3 years ago. We have ma... more
  • Megan
    We will be walking again this year in support of my nephew Simon. We are very fo... more


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