Autism Awareness Month Puzzle Piece Campaign

Thank you for your interest in participating in our Autism Awareness Month Puzzle Piece Campaign! April is Autism Awareness Month and the perfect time to reach out and support our community. We are so grateful that you want to share our puzzle piece hearts with your clients, coworkers, family, and friends.

The campaign is simple. Just let us know how many puzzle piece hearts you’d like to start out with at your location. For a donation of $1 or more, people can write their names on the heart, and you can display it in your office/business/store/home, etc. during the month of April. If someone donates more than $1, you can either display multiple hearts with their name or write the amount of their donation directly on the heart to display. All of the money from this campaign will go toward social and recreational programs for individuals with Autism in our local communities.

While this campaign can be done at any time of year, we look to showcase it during April in recognition of Autism Awareness Month. At the close of the month, we will schedule a time to meet during the month of May to pick up any donations received. At this time, you can give us any remaining hearts, or you can choose to continue your campaign throughout May as well. Each person or business who participates will be acknowledged on our social media pages, and to the thousands of families who participate in our programs.

We would love to see pictures of your display as it grows, so please send them our way! If you have any questions regarding this initiative, please contact Michele at Lumardi@verizon.net or (631) 836-1850.

The Nassau/Suffolk Autism Society of America (NSASA) is a registered 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. Our mission is to provide lifelong access and opportunity for individuals on the Autism Spectrum, and their families, to be fully participating, included members of their community. Thank you for supporting our efforts to help individuals with Autism. Together we can make a difference!

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NSASA Third Annual Golf Outing 2020

SAVE THE DATE! Monday, May 11th, 2020

NSASA’s 3rd Annual Golf Outing at Glen Head Country Club.

We are so excited about our new venue and our honoree this year, Eric Derector!

Please consider joining us for a great cause! Invitation to follow!

For those who want to pay online and by credit card, click the following link to purchase foursomes, individual golf slots, sponsorships, tee signs, golf signs, or to donate: https://www.planmygolfevent.com/34984-NSASAGolfOuting/index.html

For more information contact Suzanne Reek at sreek@nsasa.org

Download, Print, and Share The Brochure!

 

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Bike To The Beach 2020

Hello Everyone!

The Nassau/Suffolk Autism Society of America is participating in the Bike To The Beach for the 2nd year, and we are hoping to grow our team!

If you’d like to join us on this special bike ride to help raise money for individuals with Autism, you can sign up to ride 25, 50, or 100 miles for The NSASA.

For more info, you can visit our team page here:

https://my.biketothebeach.org/teampage.asp?fundid=8563

If you’d like to ride with us, please click where it says, [JOIN OUR TEAM]

If you can’t ride but would like to donate to the team, please click on Suzanne Reek or Michele Iallonardi’s page and donate to the team there.

 

Some Information About Our Team:

Join our team and help us support the cause! We are participating in an annual fundraising bike ride to raise money for Autism and disABILITIES.

Did you know that…

  • Every 21 minutes a child is diagnosed with Autism
  • 13% of our population that lives with a disABILITY.
  • Autism is the 2nd most prevalent developmental disorder in the world but receives less federal funding than any other disorder affecting children.
  • Only 15% of these with an intellectual and/or developmental disability are employed.

We need your support to provide hope for those individuals dealing with Autism each day.

We would appreciate any effort on your behalf to support our journey and improve the lives of those who are touched by Autism and disABILITIES. If you would like to donate to help improve the lives of Americans dealing with Autism, please contribute to our fundraising page.

 

 

Hundreds of families have attended and enjoyed our sponsored events. Here are some of the exciting locations we’ve visited: