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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

  • Jess
     This June we walk because we want to raise awareness of this condition to ... more
  • Tara
     I am walking to raise autism awareness, and fundraise for the Truro Chapte... more
  • Janet
     I have the amazing job of working with some pretty amazing kids who have a... more
  • Colby
     Mom, Dad and I are walking so everyone with Autism can play and have fun. more
  • Carla
     For our family...for our community! more
  • Tricia
    I'm walking because I want to help raise funds for programming.  I'm w... more
  • Alrick
     I would love for all my friends who want to go to camp to be able to go an... more
  • Nicole
    Though our boys have not been formally diagnosed we know our boys are on the spe... more
  • Ally
    I'm walking in the hopes that we can continue to come together to make sure Auti... more
  • Mitchell
     I am walking to ensure that the Valley Summer Camp is a success. Small ste... more
  • Stacey
     Zach is my world, my EVERYTHING and ASD just happens to be a part that mak... more
  • Dr. Lindsay
     Because we are inspired by the children and familes that we work with ... more
  • Karen
     I am walking to support my son Ian and all others with ASD.  Ian rece... more
  • Jane
    Everyone may not know but  Reed has also been diagnosed with autism this ye... more
  • Derek
     The reason I am walking is for my nephew Zachery who suffers from autism. ... more
  • Erin
    I'm walking because many of the families I work with have found help and support... more
  • Jamie
    River Sue is very likely on the autism spectrum. We are going through the proces... more
  • Heidi
    First and most importantly, I am walking for my 13 year old son Kristian!  ... more
  • Kara
    Jude is our son, he’s 8. He was diagnosed with ASD 3 years ago. We have ma... more
  • Cherie-Lyn
    Autism Nova Scotia has helped Stephen and I a lot over the years with the Ben Ja... more


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