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Mar 10

CNAF Autism Necklace for April Autism Awareness Month Give A Way{Rafflecopter}

CNAF Autism Necklace donated by the Canadian National Autism Foundation www.cnaf.net— World Wide

 

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!!!

 

Designed exclusively for CNAF -Canadian National Autism Foundation, this  great  silver plated jewelery piece is  lead and nickel free.

This necklace can be worn by women or men. The round beads can be taken off. Nice piece to show your support for Autism—Entry-World Wide

a Rafflecopter giveaway

Support World Autism Awareness Day & the Canadian National Autism Foundation

 

19 comments on “CNAF Autism Necklace for April Autism Awareness Month Give A Way{Rafflecopter}

  1. Cathy Davies on said:

    Lighting up Blue for World Autism Day, hoping my neighbours will do so as well 🙂

  2. amanda on said:

    I will be wearing all blue clothes also my autism pin. I will spread the word at my school to wear blue or a pin.

  3. JessicanLefebvre on said:

    I have actually donated to the Autism walk that my friends son is apart of.

  4. Lisa Janson on said:

    I will be wearing blue and telling people about it

  5. Heather on said:

    I will be celebrating by wearing blue, lighting up blue and we have organized a world autism day at my daughters school. She is 8 and Autistic/ADHD so I celebrate her everyday of the year!!! Mommy loves you Bella!

  6. Kristin Donley on said:

    I will be wearing blue that day and spreading the word

  7. My brother has Asperger Syndrome. I have always respected the challenges he faces everyday. The necklace would mean a great deal. Thanks so much for sponsoring the give away and bringing awareness to such a great cause.

  8. Amber McLanahan on said:

    To celebrate, my 16-year-old son (Saer, who has autism) are going to do a puzzle together, wearing blue, and he’s put together a little video about how it is to be a transgender boy with autism. <3

  9. Cynthia Balevre on said:

    I will celebrate with my daughter, who has autism, and inspires me everyday…. take a moment to care! Get involved, please!

  10. willis flanagan on said:

    wearing blue and being support for my best friend. She has a child with autism.

  11. Josiah on said:

    I will be wearing blue and telling people why!

  12. April Miner on said:

    To celebrate Autism Awareness Day, April 2nd, my family and I wil most likely be going for dinner to celebrate all of the achievements my son has made over the past couple years. I also remind everyone I know that April 2nd is Autism Awareness Day. One more person being aware of what Autism is, is one less person who judges my child based on his behaviour 🙂

  13. mandy smith on said:

    I will be enjoying the day with my little brother who has autism.

  14. Cathy Davies on said:

    Lighting up my house blue

  15. loriag on said:

    I will wear blue.

  16. Debbie Bryer on said:

    i’ll be wearing blue – and promoting this day on my facebook pages and HOPEFULLY on my website as well!! keep up the good work! xo

  17. adrien beatty on said:

    Celebrate the life of my special needs child

  18. I thought I had commented already but now I can’t find it.
    I will wear blue on Monday (for at least most of it) to help raise awareness!

  19. barbara on said:

    Me and my three children all of which are pretty far on the Autism Spectrum will be wearing red blue and yellow with the ribbons in our hair doing a walk for our local TACA.

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