Happy Monday, Disciples1 I am sharing the info about LIFT 2018. My day job is a special education teacher and I have had the pleasure of working with many students with Autism. These kids are phenomenal, but their road can be difficult. Getting access to support services for students and parents is so important. I am thrilled to help support this initiative and I hope you will support it as well!
LIFT 4 Autism Online Auction: Monday, April 23 – Friday, April 27
Enter the $50 Gift Card GIVEAWAY celebrating LIFT!
Every April it’s amazing to see the romance reading community rally around families living with Autism. A few years ago, authors Ginger Scott and Kennedy Ryan launched LIFT 4 Autism, the charitable initiative raising funds for ASD families during Autism Awareness/Acceptance Month.
With 1 in every 68 children diagnosed, Autism is now the fastest growing and most common disability in the US. Many of the therapies and services those living with Autism require are not covered by insurance. It can be an expensive and difficult diagnosis to navigate.This year’s charitable partner, Kulture City, does incredible things for ASD families. Discover more about their programs at kulturecity.org.
HOW WILL WE RAISE FUNDS?
1. Online Auction featuring many of your favorite romance authors!
Browse all the amazing items up for bid here:
bit.ly/LIFT2018Bid (Must register to bid)
The auction will be LIVE and open for bidding Monday, April 24 – Friday, April 28.
Find the full Donor list here:
If you would like to donate book-ish items for auction, sign up here: http://bit.ly/LIFT2018Auction
If you want to donate gift cards to the auction, please consider donating the amount of the gift card here instead. Thank you!
2. Make a financial donation to Kulture City through the LIFT Campaign.
3. Buy LIFT Wear (T-shirts, totes, mugs, etc…) All proceeds to Kulture City.
Contact us at email@example.com with questions.
Don’t miss a thing!
*Subscribe to the LIFT mailing list at lift4autism.com
*Join the LIFT Facebook group:
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What a worthy cause. Thanks for sharing the details!! And Happy Blogoversary. 🙂
I will definitely check out the auction! As a teacher I’ve had many autistic students — and since I get them BEFORE they are identified or have the services they need, I understand all too well the struggle! Plus my bestie – Michelle @ Because Reading – her son is autistic. So it’s a cause I can definitely get behind. Thanks for sharing 🙂
oh I’m so glad to see another post about autism aorund the blogs! I posted “7 books to read today, World Autism Awareness Day” Special Education teachers are my favorite 🙂 Thank you for posting this am! I’ll check the links