Welcome to the NEW look of
News You Can Use
-April 2018-
We've heard you. Life is busy and sometimes it's a challenge to get through all your emails. In an effort to help you, the new look of News You Can Use is formatted for you to choose what is most relevant to you.

Happy Spring!

Upcoming Events

Do you want to be empowered with knowledge? We have that! Do you like family friendly events that are free? That's planned, too! Do you want to help with our fundraising efforts? We've got you covered!
*denotes that an RSVP/registration is required to attend. Click on the event to do that.
*Friday, April 27
***This training is full***
To be added to a wait list in case seats become available, send an email requesting to be added to that list to jsolis@thearcofaurora.org.
Click here to learn more: http://bit.ly/ASDtraining
Tuesday, May 1, to Tuesday, May 8
*Saturday, May 19
Click here to learn more: http://bit.ly/18SpringFest
*Saturday, July 14
Click here to learn more: http://bit.ly/PicnicinthePark18
*Saturday, July 28 & Sunday, July 29
Click here to learn more: http://bit.ly/FindHealth2018

No matter what time of year you completed your membership with The Arc of Aurora, it expires  July 31, 2018.  As a courtesy, we kindly ask that your Organization Agreement (we used to call this our Membership & Advocacy Support Application) be updated in July of each year;  this also applies to all individual advocacy cases. 

Policy Profile
-Submitted by Hanni Raley, Assistant Executive Director-

The 71 st Regular Session of the Colorado General Assembly has been productive via the passage of bills that help all Coloradans. People with intellectual and developmental disabilities and their families have benefited from some of the discussions. We’ve compiled a list of legislation, signed by the Governor, that we think you might be interested in.

How You Can Help

There are MANY ways to help The Arc of Aurora. From volunteering for the organization to monetary and food bank donations, there are many EASY ways to show us you care.

Community Happenings

Check out free days, groups, and community resources.

Spotlight On
-Those who help us-

In the words of Mahatma Gandhi, “Be the change you want to see in the world.” Without you, our supporters and donors, we wouldn’t be able to change the world for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities (I/DD). 

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