It’s race day! The @surferthebarjax 5k benefiting HEAL begins at 9am... walk-up registration is open until 8:45am... see you soon! HEAL HAWWW!
Did you HEAL the news?! The @teamheal6 Bags, Brews & BBQ Cornhole Shootout presented by @naturallife will be held Saturday, November 23 at @abbqmeatdrink! Only 2 custom boards sponsorships and 16 teams of 2 are still available! Register today at http://www.healautismnow.org/bags-brews-fundraiser to confirm your team! It’s going to be a HEAL HAWWW of an event! @leslieweed @jodivoy @naturallifepatti @blakegadson @case_walth @kane_sears_dmd @rlombo89 @neily_braren @samshields @wabernathy3 @slear1 @gator_george @ejanesears @jmprice08
SCHOOLS APPLY NOW FOR FREE TRIKES!! HEAL raised funds at our Gala for our new Trikes Initiative. The trikes application is now available on our website - please take a look and view the video: HealAutismNow.org HEAL serves the counties of Baker, Clay, Duval, Nassau and St. Johns. We ask for one associate in the Physical Education Department to apply for two trikes, for ESE students. The trikes will become property of the school. The application is available until November 11 at 5pm. The trikes will be available for pickup on Saturday, November 16.
The 50th anniversary of the @pvrecorder was celebrated tonight! Thank you for a fun evening and for always supporting HEAL!
HEAL has been selected to receive an @autismlicenseplate grant in support of our 2020 Surf Camp! 21 organizations were selected from Florida; $106,900 was awarded! Order your Autism License Plate today and support this amazing program!
Your HEAL donations IN ACTION! From our friends at @mocajax: Thank you HEAL Foundation for the support that allowed MOCA Jacksonville to welcome families for a week of Summer Art Camp at no cost to them in August! Each day of the week, your support helped support capacity for up to 15 families. These spots were reserved to capacity, and a wait list established. As with many families facing the unique challenges that come with an exceptionality like Autism Spectrum Disorder, several were unable to keep their appointment on every day. The beauty of the camp program plan is that there is room for each child and family to plug into the day’s activities without feeling out of step with the projects. And, as the day wears on, each family has the flexibility to step in and out as needed. All told, 28 families were able to participate this year. Photos are attached of just a few of the activities and art making led by Museum educators during the week. Thank you for the difference you make in the lives of families and children / young people.