13 April 2017
Autism Awareness Month Celebrated With Fun Family Walk In Garden Route Botanical Gardens
Join the non-profit organisation Binah in celebration for 2017 National Autism Awareness Month by participating in their campaign autumn(ism)@binah! National Autism Awareness Month represents an excellent opportunity to promote autism awareness, autism acceptance and to draw attention to the tens of thousands facing an autism diagnosis each year. Binah will be hosting a fun family walk on Sunday 30 April at 17:00 - at the Garden Route Botanical Gardens for the whole family to raise awareness for families who live with autism.
The NPO Binah (Understanding) creates awareness for children with special needs in order for society to better understand and accept them. The challenges families with special needs children face is something the founder members of Binah themselves lived through as they raised their autistic sons. The Legacy Centre offers a one to one tutoring facility and after care, geared to teach special needs children in a familial environment.
The organisers of the campaign are extremely excited about the positive response they have received since they started planning the walk. The walk will start at 17:00 on Sunday 30 April at 17:00 - at the Garden Route Botanical Gardens. The theme of the walk is “Light up Autism” and the first 100 participants will receive flashlights to do just that. Show your understanding and support by participating in this first of its kind ‘night walk’ for a worthy cause. The setting for the walk could not be more perfect…encompassed by forest & surrounded by nature - why not take a breath of fresh air by strolling through the gardens and stand a chance to win fantastic prizes? The entrance fee isR50pp, children under 12 R20. Everyone who finishes will receive a medal.
For more information regarding autumn(ism)@binahcontact Mariza van Deventer on 083 270 6382or email firstname.lastname@example.org. For the latest news please visit the Facebook pages of Binah and Legacy Centre.Last published 13 April 2017