Reimer's Screamers Team Fundraising Page
Reimer's Screamers is raising money for Spectrum360's 9th annual Walk for a Lifetime! Will you help us surpass our fundraising goal? Spectrum360 provides options across a lifetime to individuals with autism and related disabilities. This year, more than ever, we need the Walk to be a big success. We have had to cancel all of our other in-person events so it has been a very difficult fundraising year. The money we raise through the Walk is instrumental in providing the programs and services we offer and to ensure our programs and staffing remain whole during this difficult time.
Join our team or make a donation today. Participating or donating to our team will help Spectrum360 fund programs like respite, our adult program, Independence, afterschool programs, CulinaryAcademy, FilmAcademy, and more!
WHY WALK? Spectrum360 (formerly The Children's Institute, or TCI) develops the academic, social, behavioral, communication, life and career skills of children, adolescents and adults with autism and related disabilities. Spectrum360's programs, including Academy360, Independence360, FilmAcademy360 and CulinaryAcademy360, teach the whole individual so that students and clients can discover and develop their own unique talents and abilities, and become independent and productive members of the community.
Please walk with us! The route is just over 1 mile around the small lake in scenic Verona Park. Our team has raised more than $20,000 over the last six years thanks to your support. Please help us do even better this year! If you can't join us at the Walk, please consider making a donation here on our team page.
The Walk For a Lifetime was rescheduled to take place hopefully in person -- and virtually on Facebook -- on Sunday, June 6th at Verona Park. Registration is ongoing; the walk begins at noon.
Thank you in advance for your support, and we hope to see you at Verona Park on June 6th!
With love and gratitude,
Reimer's Screamers Team Captains (Miriam, Marc, Audrey and Sylvia)
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