Tuesday, April 26, 2016

Strides for Autism 2016

Midlands Strides for Autism is this Saturday!!  
This newsletter contains the event details, and how you can get involved!

Sign up today and start your team at 




Saturday, April 30, 2016

8:30 am registration
9:00 am event kick off
Honorary Chair:  Christen Weidner, LHS
Emcee:  Kelly Nash

Click here for Registration


Family Activities

Video Game Truck, Park Train, Decorate Your Wheels Contest, Columbia Fireflies Mascot and other Costumed Characters, Live Music, Zumba, First Responders, Field Games, Food & Drink (extra fee), Splash Pad (extra fee)

Resource Fair

Current Exhibitors include:  Autism Academy of South Carolina, Camp T.A.L.K., Caring Inc., Carolina ABA Solutions, LLC, Davis Orthodontics, Early Autism Project, Easter Seals, Key Changes, Lexington Medical Center, Palmetto Autism Interventions, Prudential Financial, SC State Credit Union, Springbrook Behavioral Health, TALK Services, Team Therapy, The Shape of Behavior



Strides for Autism is the South Carolina Autism Society’s signature fund-raising and awareness walk. Sign up to Participate in an event, Create a Team, and ask your friends, family, and coworkers to Donate to your team!  Click here for a quick tutorial on the new registration process!  Click here for a Sample Strides Team Fundraising letter.
Monies raised for South Carolina Autism Society stay in South Carolina and go towards individual and family supports, education, advocacy, and training. According to the South Carolina Secretary of State, the South Carolina Autism Society devoted nearly 90% of its total expenses to program services.


• Raise the awareness of autism spectrum disorders. The better understanding our society has about autism, the better the quality of life for those on the spectrum will be.
• Raise funds for the South Carolina Autism Society.


 Sign up today and start your team at 


Additional information for Strides for Autism, along with information about autism and SCAS is available online at http://scautism.org  or by calling the Columbia SCAS office at 1-800-438-4790.

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