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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

  • Danielle
    We are walking for our two boys who were both diagnosed with Autism. They are th... more
  • Erin
     Family, understanding, inclusion and acceptance are part of our core value... more
  • Corinne
    I am walking for my son Brady. He is an amazing little boy and I am excited to b... more
  • Rachel
    This is a cause close to my heart & I am excited to be apart of this team th... more
  • Angela
    Elizabeth and her family are my friends and Rowan is an amazing little girl who ... more
  • Allison
    I am walking for my daughter Jessica and all others I know who have ASD. Jessica... more
  • Shannon
     I am walking for this cause because it's such an important cause to our fa... more
  • Tom
    To help raise awareness, promote acceptance and understanding, show our Lov... more
  • Stephanie
    I'm walking for my five year old son Eric, diagnosed with autism at the age of 3... more
  • Kiersten
     Jaxon is the light of our lives. He is the happiest, funniest, most loving... more
  • Amy
    We are walking in support of our sweet daughter, Tessa. With us, we will have ou... more
  • Elizabeth
    We chose to walk this year (our seventh time!) as our young daughter, Rowan Aval... more
  • Trena
     I'm walking for my son :) more
  • Stacey
     Zach is my world, my EVERYTHING and ASD just happens to be a part that mak... more
  • Tracy
     I am walking for two reasons.  First for my handsome son, who has bee... more
  • Nastasya
     For my son Jax and all the others to support their brilliant lives.   more
  • Cameron
    I love to run & walk so why not do it for a cause? I have many friend who lo... more
  • Suzanne
    I am walking for my niece Tessa! Not only do I want to support her but support t... more
  • Kara
    Jude is our son, he’s 8. He was diagnosed with ASD 3 years ago. We have ma... more
  • Alrick
     I would love for all my friends who want to go to camp to be able to go an... more

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