Fraser Walk For Autism
Saturday, April 16, 2016 • 7am — 10am
Mall of America Rotunda
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The Fraser Walk for Autism, presented by BMO Harris Bank, is a family–friendly walk around the first level of the Mall of America filled with sensory activities, mascots, games, and great prizes and giveaways. All participants receive breakfast and an official Fraser Walk for Autism t-shirt. In 2015, over 2,500 walkers, volunteers and event sponsors helped raised over $100,000.
Make a Difference
Today, 1 in 68 children in the United States are diagnosed with autism. For many, an autism diagnosis begins a journey to see and experience life from a unique perspective. Each year, thousands of Minnesota families are faced with the challenge of navigating the complexities of autism spectrum disorders.
Your support through events like the Fraser Walk for Autism will help us sustain our current programs, and more importantly, help expand our innovative services for children, adults, and families affected by autism. The crucial funds raised through this event bring us closer to the goal that no family should travel more than 35 minutes or 35 miles to receive the life changing services Fraser provides. You can help make this a reality for Minnesota families!
Register as an individual walker or as a member of a team. It's easy with our online registration. If you are unable to participate, you can still support autism services by making a donation or sponsoring a participant.
New this Year! Fraser will be offering incentive prizes generously donated by the Twin Cities business community. Check out these prizes in the 2016 Fraser Walk for Autism toolkit and encourage your team members to reach their goals!
Corporate Team Challenge
Rally your co-workers for the Corporate Team Challenge! The top corporate fundraising team will be featured on stage during the Walk and win exclusive prizes while raising support and awareness for Fraser Autism Center for Excellence.
For more information on this year's Walk for Autism, please contact Carrie Miller at Carrie.Miller@fraser.org