Posted by: Autism Speaks | June 8, 2010

2010 Westchester/Fairfield Walk Now for Autism Speaks

Brian’s Bunch led by team captain Tricia Salvatore

The 9th Annual Westchester/Fairfield Walk Now for Autism Speaks was held on Sunday, June 6th at Manhattanville College in Purchase, NY.   This year’s Walk was chaired by Ellen Cohen of team Scarsdale C.H.I.L.D.  Over 11,000 individuals participated in this year’s Walk and raised over $680,000 to date!  A very special thank you to all of our corporate sponsors including: Toys”R”Us, Babies”R”Us, PepsiCo, PepsiCo EnAble and their distributors, Cortel, New York – Presbyterian Hospital, Associated Benefit Consultants, The Leterman – Gortz Corporation, Gold N Fish Marketing, Capital One, Merrill Lynch, Cherry Lawn Farms, 103.9 WFAS, 106.3 WFAF and WEBE 108.

A HUGE thank you to the Westchester/Fairfield Committee and all the Walk day volunteers, in-kind donors and resource fair vendors for making this year’s Walk such a successful event.  There was plenty of entertainment on hand including an appearance by Geoffrey from Toys“R”Us and Storm from the Bridgeport Soundtigers.  Also on hand was the Major League Baseball World Series Trophy on loan from the 2009 World Series winning New York Yankees!

For more information on becoming involved with the Westchester/Fairfield Walk Now for Autism Speaks please contact Christie Godowski, Regional Director or Ginny Connell, Regional Manager at 914-934-5138.  You can also email us at  westchesterfairfield@autismspeaks.org or visit us at www.walknowforautismspeaks.org/westchesterfairfield.

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  1. what a beautiful day


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