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Oct 15

CNAF Autism: Puzzle Pieces Reflect the Mystery & Complexity of Autism {Giveaway~open World Wide}

Why do we use puzzle pieces to symbolize Autism?

The puzzle pieces reflect the mystery and complexity of autism. The different colours and shapes represent the diversity of people and families living with this disorder. The brightness of the pieces signals hope – hope through research and increasing awareness through people like you!!!

It is my pleasure to have this giveaway.

Donated by Francine Lapointe, AOCA, is a jewelry designer and the owner of “My Jewellery Chest”.  She is an Associate of the Ontario College of Art (now known as OCAD), in Toronto.  Francine also earned a degree in Philosophy and is the Managing Editor and Co-Founder of Urban Hero Magazine.

Designed exclusively for CNAF -Canadian National Autism Foundation, this  great  silver plated jewelery piece is  lead and nickel free.
Only autism pieces can be ordered through the CNAF as she has an agreement with us for Autism pieces.

This is your chance to win this exclusive piece of jewelry.

The chain is heavy, and 20 inches in length. The puzzle piece is approx. 1 inch in length.

It can be worn by men/women of any age.


Mandatory entry:

Become an email subscriber and confirm your subscription (1 comment)

Extra entries:

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#win @CNAFAutism beautiful silver plate puzzle piece necklace http://cnaf.net/blog/?p=1227  {open WW) ends Oct31 #autism

The contest ends October 31 and is open World Wide.

The winner will be selected via random.org and will be emailed and have 72 hours to reply or another winner will be selected.

 

 CNAF Autism is a non-profit organization and was not compensated for this review.

60 comments on “CNAF Autism: Puzzle Pieces Reflect the Mystery & Complexity of Autism {Giveaway~open World Wide}

  1. Tracey on said:

    I think the puzzle piece is a perfect representation what Autism means to family and friends..proudly worn by people to bring awareness to Autism =)

    subscribed to email and have confirmed =)

  2. Tracey on said:

    I am following on google connect my ID is wtbfl

  3. Tracey on said:

    I follow on twitter my user name is @wtbfl

  4. Tracey on said:

    shared on FB user name Tracey Cooke

  5. Karla Sceviour on said:

    Im an email subscriber
    ksceviour at hotmail dot com

  6. Karla Sceviour on said:

    I follow with gfc
    ksceviour

  7. Karla Sceviour on said:

    Follow CNAFAutism on twitter (@ksceviour)

  8. Denis Lendrum on said:

    Kool

  9. Cathy Davies on said:

    I would love this necklace 🙂

  10. drpaskall on said:

    Oh my gosh what a beautiful necklace! I have a 19 yr. old son with Autism and I would love to wear this 🙂
    Followed on fb, twitter, tweeted……..
    Thanks so much 🙂 Best giveaway I’ve seen in a long time, bringing more awareness about Autism.

  11. Jennifer McGrath on said:

    Gorgeous!!! I would love to have it!!!

  12. SweetPanda on said:

    Email subscriber

  13. SweetPanda on said:

    Follow via Google Friend Connect (Sweet Panda)

  14. SweetPanda on said:

    Follow CNAFAutism on twitter (@PandaSweetSweet)

  15. Jennifer McGrath on said:

    You have my entry!!!

  16. Isabella on said:

    I am an email subscriber
    isabellini2001 at yahoo dot com

  17. Isabella on said:

    I follow with GFC as izzyb14

  18. Subscribed to email and confirmed bunnyluvr2 at gmail dot com

  19. Following on GFC (Sara)

  20. Following on Twitter @Natr_nVideoGamz

  21. Shared on Facebook as Sara Brown

    My niece has autism and loves jewellery and shiny things. Would LOVE to be able to give this to her for Christmas.

  22. email subscriber lady_rosalba

  23. Littlemoe0 on said:

    email subscriber

  24. Littlemoe0 on said:

    shared on FB

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