Tennessee Walk Now for Autism Speaks TENNESSEE KICKOFF EVENT RESCHEDULED Due to the devastating floods in Nashville, the 2010 TENNESSEE KICKOFF EVENT SCHEDULED FOR THIS SATURDAY AS BEEN RESCHEDULED. The families in our community are our priority and we ask that your time and talent be dedicated to helping them at this difficult time.
AUTISMCARES If you are aware of a family in our autism community that has been affected by the floods and are in need of support, please have them call 615-238-1625 for immediate assistance from AutismCares. 2010 TENNESSEE KICKOFF EVENT - NEW DATE: When: Saturday, August 7, 2010 Time:10:00 am – 12:00 pm Where:Embassy Suites Nashville South – Cool Springs 820 Crescent Centre Drive Franklin, TN 37067
Childcare will be provided. CLICK HERE to RSVP for the NEW KICKOFF DATE TEAM CAPTAIN PACKETS & WALK INFORMATION Please email firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like a Team Captain Packet, Walk Brochures, Walk Posters or Puzzle Piece pin-ups mailed to you. Autism Speaks is Listening!!! Autism Speaks - Tennessee 7900-D Stevens Mill Road - #182 Matthews, NC 28104 615-238-1625 email@example.com AutismCares Helping Families Affected By Tennessee Floods Nashville, Tennessee has just experienced the worst flooding in the city’s history. Many families have lost everything, including their homes, cars and clothes. Water rescues continue and many households are without power. Households which have a family member who has autism are particularly affected. IF YOU ARE IN TENNESSEE AND NEED ASSISTANCE Please contact: Kathy L. Streng Director, Regionally Supported Walks, Southeast 615-238-1625 Kathy.firstname.lastname@example.org AutismCares helps families affected by autism to cover costs associated with critical living expenses such as: housing, utilities, car repair, daycare, funeral expenses, and other essential items on a case-by-case basis. The program relies on donations to assist these families who are in need. Please make a donation today to help families that have members with autism who are struggling in Tennessee.