APRIL IS AUTISM AWARENESS MONTH
Autism Services has many events planned for 2015’s Autism Awareness Month.
We invite you to support the following vendors who are promoting autism awareness
as well as donating some of their profits to ASI’s programs.
Download our PDF to post!
April 10 – ASI Human Resources will be at the Boulevard Mall from 1:00-4:00 for recruitment. They will hand out autism facts and sell autism bracelets.
April 17 – Buffalo Academy of the Sacred Heart’s Day of Sharing will take place at ASI’s main office from 9:30 a.m.–1:30 p.m.
April 18 – The Clinical Department, in conjunction with the Autism Society WNY Chapter, will be holding A Fresh Look At Autism: A Revolutionary Approach on at Classics V from 8:45 am to 12:45 pm.
April 22 – No Words Spoken will perform at 1:00 p.m. at the Elmwood Village Charter School. There will also be a painting presentation at the school.
April 22 – Alex & Ani (5429 Main Street Williamsville, NY 14221) Two hours of shopping – giving 15% of proceeds to ASI. For more information or to RSVP, contact Heidi B. Henzler, Marketing and Fundraising Coordinator, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 716.631.5777, ext. 369.
April 23 – ASI Human Resources will be at the Boulevard Mall from 1:00-4:00 for recruitment. They will hand out autism facts and sell autism bracelets.
April 24 – Tony Walker will give a 10% discount to shoppers and 10% of their sales that day to ASI. Download flyer here.
April 28 – ASI staff will be selling Kids Days newspapers with autism awareness fact sheets. Proceeds will benefit Women and Children’s Hospital.
Evans Banks will sell autism bracelets at all of their branches.
Lancaster School District will be selling autism awareness t-shirts and have been provided with autism facts and information regarding our agency to hand out with each shirt.
The Art Department will have art exhibits at Rust Belt Books and WNED. There will be a collaborative exhibit between our Art Education classes and City Honors High School Stars Program. Students (HFA program) will be installed at the City Honors High School in mid-April.
MSCs will hand out autism facts to other agencies/schools/businesses, etc. when they attend meetings in the community.
Posters are being hung at DiCamillo’s bakeries regarding autism awareness and donations for ASI.
Salon Avanti will post information and collect donations throughout the month.
Bellamore Boutique in Kenmore will donate 20% of the month’s sales to the agency.
Jamberry Nail Applique consultant will sell autism puzzle piece nail stickers and donate her commission to ASI
via Autism Services Inc..