April is Autism Acceptance Month. All month, we will be sharing stories to promote acceptance and ignite change. This month's newsletter gets things started with a great story about adults with autism adapting and thriving during remote activities, and two opportunities to support our programs serving children and adults with autism—the Kitsap Great Give and GiveBIG Washington.

For more Autism Acceptance Month content, make sure to follow Easterseals Washington on Facebook for stories all April!
To kick off Autism Acceptance Month, we’re sharing stories that highlight just how important remote activities can be for adults with autism during the pandemic.
Your support during the Kitsap Great Give helps our Kitsap programs return to full capacity, stronger than ever, and helps children and adults with disabilities live, learn, work, and play in our community.
WA parents have been incredibly strong in supporting their families throughout COVID-19. All In WA's Child Care Initiative grant will go a long way toward helping us expand and provide high-quality care for children and their families at Angle Lake Child Development Center.
When we acquired Gateway Adult Services in Bremerton five years ago, we had no idea we would be inheriting one of the best partnerships in our organization's history.
We're just a month away from our largest online fundraiser of the year. This year's GiveBIG launches early giving on April 20, and culminates with a 48-hour giving event on May 4-5!
Our annual golf tournament is on Friday, July 16th at Cedarcrest Golf Course in Marysville. Save the date for a day of golf, fun, and friends—benefiting our programs serving children and adults with disabilities. Registration opens soon!
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