Give 265: What if Your Child Just Stopped Moving?
June 21, 2011
Day 267: Like.. Click.. $626,090 donated! That Easy to Give! Free the Children Today!
June 23, 2011

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Did you catch those numbers in the video? 1 in 110 children have autism. When did those numbers get so high? What is causing these numbers to increase every year? No one has the answers but there is a way you can support families that so desperately need our help with just one click.

Day 266: Give 266

Since starting 365give many people have inspired me to keep on giving. Sharing people’s person stories and missions brings me so much happiness. I never new daily giving was going to be so rewarding. One of the people I have met is a women by the name of Tanaya. Her son Bryce has autism. Her sight Bubbles Make Him Smile shares great information about everything autism. She did a guest post for me on Day 217 sharing her story of autism.  Today my give is in honour of Bubbles Make Him Smile and to all the mothers and fathers that feel isolated without the support or funding they need with just one click.

The Autism Site is part of the GreaterGood Network, a family of click-to-give sites. When you click on the “Click Here to Give – it’s FREE!” button, you are shown advertisements from our sponsors. Sponsors pay an advertising fee, and 100% of that fee goes to our charity partners to provide therapy for children with autism.”

You can click once per day, every single day, 365 days of the year. Take 1 minute out of your day to click today and every day. Doesn’t get easier than this to make a commitment to giving every day.

Time Commitment: 30 seconds

Cost: 0

2 Comments

  1. Tanaya says:

    Jacqueline you are truly amazing! Thank you, in so many ways, for bringing attention to autism and helping us in our journey to spread awareness. We are so exceptionally grateful for you and what you have done for the autism community. Thank you.

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