Light It Up Blue 2013
Call for support in Adelaide

Help put the Adelaide ASD community on the map this World Autism Awareness Day
Above: Canberra Parliament House, lit up blue for ASD  Awareness - Help Autism SA and Adelaide join this international initiative in 2013. 
Can you support Autism SA &
Light It Up Blue?
Light up your school, workplace or community group with blue lighting
Help put Adelaide on the map this April and 'light up blue' for World Autism Awareness Day on Tuesday 2nd April 2013. 
Whether it's a string of blue fairy lights in your shop front window or a tree  lit up blue in your front yard - get involved in raising awareness of Autism Spectrum Disorders in your community this April and participate in Light It Up Blue 2013. 
Many lighting options are available from our lighting partner,
Pro Show Productions

Learn more about Light It Up Blue here.

So Blue is not your colour? Wear rainbow t-shirts for the day!

For those feeling a little more adventurous, wear a coloured t-shirt for World Autism Awareness Day on 2nd April 2013.
We encourage South Australian schools to participate in World Autism Awareness Day. Contact Jessica at for an information pack and to find out more about how your school can help raise awareness of Autism Spectrum Disorders in our community. 
Host a collection box for Autism SA for the month of April 2013 or fundraise online? 

Feel like you can do a bit more to help? We invite members of the community to host a collection box in their workplace or school for the month of April to help raise funds to support the work of Autism SA.
Autism SA relies heavily on fundraising to deliver evidence based services and support to support more than 6,744 South Australians living with an Autism Spectrum Disorder in our community. 
Facebook and Twitter - Share on social media platforms and help us raise awareness of ASD in our online community!  

#AdelaideLightItUpBlue #AutismSA #ProShow #ASDAwareness and post pictures of yourself wearing blue clothing and/or your lit up blue building and help us to raise awareness and build a strong online presence. Sharing the fun and images on our Facebook page to motivate the community to get behind this international awareness initiative!
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