2014 Sponsorship Opportunities Available
We are looking for sponsors who want to spread autism awareness and support Autism New Jersey and the autism community. Align your brand with New Jersey’s leading autism resource and our prominent program to raise awareness during Autism Awareness Month. Sponsorships start at just $250. Click here to learn more.
Thank you to Toys"R"Us Children's Fund
We are pleased to announce that the Toys“R”Us Children’s Fund has renewed grant funding in sponsorship of our Autism Awareness Ambassador Program. Don’t miss out on your opportunity to show your community that you support autism awareness, too!
Registration Now Open!
Click here to sign up to get your free kit of tips and tools to raise awareness during National Autism Awareness Month.
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Now is our time to shine! Here are a few simple ways to spread awareness.
Use Social Media
We're posting the photo (above) on Autism New Jersey's Facebook page and trying to help Isabella and Katia get 8,800 likes. Visit us on Facebook and be sure to "Like" the photo and share with others. Post a message, link or photo on Facebook today or tweet about autism.
Get Your Autism Gear On.
April 2nd is World Autism Awareness Day. Show the world that autism is a cause that matters to you. The possibilities are endless:
Keep us informed of what you have planned for April. Post pictures, events and videos on the hub or email us at email@example.com and we'll add your activity to our growing list of events.
Thanks for making a difference and helping to raise awareness and build communities that embrace and accept people with autism and their families.