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Autism Support and Resource Center's Fundraiser:

Young Adult Autism Transition Training Center

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THE STORY:

The Autism Support & Resource Center is pleased to announce it will be creating a "Transition Training Center" for adults living with autism.  Adults will learn independent living skills such as cooking, cleaning, budgeting, shopping, transportation and more. 

The Autism Support & Resource Center is a 501(c)(3) not for profit organization. The mission of ASRC  is to enhance the quality of life and provide support and empowerment to families and individuals with autism through all phases of life.

The ASRC is dedicated to helping all individuals within the autism spectrum to be provided a lifetime network of opportunities to become fully accepted, included, and actively participating members of our community, through family support, education, advocacy, and public awareness. In order to achieve this goal, ASRC is asking for your helpl here on Crowdrise. 100% of the proceeds from this fundraiser will stay right here in Michigan to support our families affected by autism. You can read more about autism and ASRC by visiting our website at www.GeneseeAutism.org.

Any donation is appreciated.  No donation too small. We would love to have you partner with us in this very important fund raising event.

If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to contact the ASRC office at (810) 742-5404. Thank you in advance for your consideration. 

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Amy Gibbs-Daleo

Amy Gibbs-Daleo

DONATION: $50

For Austin & Andrew's future as adults with autism 4 years ago