GT's Sibling Support Day for Autism & Related Disorders
Organized by: Growing Together
MUST RSVP TO ATTEND
Hi there! Thanks for checking our Crowdrise campaign to help us raise funds for our upcoming Sibling Support Day, future programming, and events! Please read below to find out more information about our group, our event, and special packages for donors! We greatly appreciate all donations!
Special Packages for Donors
Donations of any size are greatly appreciated. Please take a look at our special packages below for bronze, silver and gold donors!
Gold Package ($1,000+) - A plaque with your name at the new PAFC site under "$1,000 donors" + all silver and bronze package items.
Silver Package ($500+)- A special thanks in our handouts and social media plugs during our event + all bronze package items.
Bronze Package ($100+) - An exclusive Growing Together T-Shirt, Growing Together & PAFC prize bag, and a thank-you letter.
Please Note: Any donations over $100 must provide a shipping address for package items.
What is Growing Together?
Growing Together is a provincial effort dedicated to the needs of brothers and sisters of persons who have autism and related disorders, unique health, developmental, and/or mental health concerns. As part of the initiative to create the Pacific Autism Family Center (PAFC), Growing Together will develop programs dedicated to support siblings of persons with developmental disabilities and/or mental health issues.
Why are we on Crowdrise?
Growing Together is seeking donations to aide in funding sibling events, sibling programming and space at the PAFC. This April, on National Sibling Day and during Autism Awareness Month, Growing Together is hosting an inaugural Sibling Support Day where families will enjoy a day of free activities and food including a VIP screening of Zootopia followed by a reception and carnival games. This day will celebrate the important role that these siblings play in their sibling's journey and provide networking opportunities for these families. Growing Together's aim is to host a Sibling Support Day annually and hopes to see this event grow into a world-wide event where families from all over the world can come together to celebrate, network, learn from and support each other.