Archived | Thank you for helping us move toward a future where autism is nothing more than a word found in history books. | Walk Now For Autism | Circa May 28, 2008


Note From Eve: It was after registering for this event I learned the truth about this organization back in 2008. As you can see, the goal was to make autism a word in the history books.

Walk Now for Autism: Thank you for Registering

Central Valley Walk Now for Autism modesto@autismspeaks.org via sm1.kintera.com May 28, 2008, 8:24 AM
to me

Dear Genevieve,

Thank you for registering for Autism Speaks’ 2008 Walk Now for Autism Central Valley. You will be joining hundreds of thosands of walkers from coast to coast who are coming together to fight autism. Thank you for helping us move toward a future where autism is nothing more than a word found in history books.

You have taken the first important step in the Walk Now for Autism – registering. Now, please take the time to visit your Personal Headquarters – found under the “Fundraising Tools” option on the Central Valley Homepage.  Make sure to log in first.  Here you can customize your personal page, and start reaching out to your friends and family to support your fundraising efforts.

Soon you will receive a Walker Welcome Packet in the mail. This will provide lots of tools and fundraising tips for your efforts to raise money for Autism Speaks. Want to get a headstart – please visit our online Walker Tools site which includes our tips on how to raise $150



With gratitude,
The Walk Now for Autism committee


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