Taking on Autism... One Stomp at a Time! A local Autism support group is planning their second annual fundraiser at Racing's North Turn on October 11 from 6 to 9 pm.
Online PR News – 03-October-2012 – Daytona Beach, Florida – A local Autism support group is planning their second annual fundraiser at Racing's North Turn on October 11 from 6 to 9 pm. So far, hundreds of silent auction prizes have been donated, and more come in every day. These include . . .
- A variety of gift baskets
- Once-in-a-lifetime adventures such as a ride in the legendary Zeppelin Air Ship
- A flight on a zero gravity plane
- Boxing gloves signed by Muhammed Ali
- A guitar autographed by B.B. King
- . . . and many, many more.
Monster Marchers was formed by the mother of a four-year-old boy with autism, named Kaleb. Today she helps the Volusia autism community, including other families like her own, with resources, information, knowledge, support and compassion. Her Marchers are a team of dedicated individuals who have been touched by autism, and understand the day-to-day struggles affected families go through. They only ask that you "Join us while we take on autism ... one STOMP at a time!"
The annual silent auction at the North Turn in Ponce Inlet is one of two main fundraising events; the other is a November "Walk Now for Autism Speaks" event in Port Orange. Donors should contact the Monster Marchers or Racing's North Turn to drop off silent auction prizes. Volunteers are always welcome, and everyone should mark their calendars for the October 11 event. This is a perfect opportunity to take home a one-of-a-kind item for a bargain price, while helping a great local organization continue its important work.
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