As a mother, I will never give up on my child. As a mother of a child who has autism, I will never give up hope.
I look into his eyes and I see all the potential that he has to offer to this beautiful world and I just know that one day the world can see what I see.

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Friday, May 31, 2013

Get Involved!

We will be participating at this years 6th Annual Vancouver Walk Now for Autism Speaks in September. Thousands of people attend this event in hopes of raising awareness and funds for autism.

Autism Speaks Canada

We will be blowing bubbles and selling our bubble blowers with partial proceeds benefiting the event. We are looking for a sponsor or generous donation to help secure a booth at the event. We can display anything you like, hand out anything we’re allowed to, and wear your merchandise, etc!

The walk is on Sunday, September 29th, 2013 at Lumberman’s Arch in Stanley Park. This will be our third consecutive year blowing bubbles and selling bubble blowers at the Vancouver Walk Now for Autism Speaks event. We have a great relationship with the events manager and our bubble blowers contribute greatly to the wonderful atmosphere and draw a lot of attraction. In previous years our booth fee was waived, but due to costs and space, we endure the registration fee this year. The booth is $250 and comes with a 6 foot tent and two chairs and access to 2,500-3,000 registered walkers of all ages and demographics.

The only restrictions for booths are that we’re not allowed to sell merchandise or material, raffles or draws are not allowed due to permit restrictions, and no food, candy or drinks may be distributed due to public health restrictions. Pamphlets, business cards, hand-outs, free swag, etc are allowed.

The walk is a great way to promote your services to the Greater Vancouver Area’s autism community!

If you’re interested or know someone who may want to sponsor us please contact us!

Thanks so much!

Thanks for reading,
Tanaya, Daniel, and Bryce

Check out our previous years at the event:

Here’s a video we made of the Vancouver’s 4th Annual Walk Now for Autism Speaks 2011.

Here’s a blog we wrote about Vancouver’s 5th Annual Walk Now for Autism Speaks 2012.

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