Posted by: Autism Speaks | January 13, 2011

It’s Never Too Early!

These Super All Star kids represent 2 of our Greater Hartford Walk teams: Super Sam Sheidy and Aiden’s All Stars. Even though this snow will be long gone by Walk day, June 5th 2011, they know it is never too early to start fundraising. Thank you for all you do for Autism Speaks!

To find a Walk in your area, please visit us at



  1. I am truly happy that this site exists! As a parent of an autistic son, I felt the need to develop my own blog about raising an autistic son so others could benefit from my experience. Needless to say, when my son Joel was diagnosed, I was pulling my hair trying to get Joel the help he needed. Today, we have Autism Speaks!

    Keep up the good work!

  2. so,how does the whole walk work,i’m kinda confused about the whole idea,and wanted to join.
    do we just raise money,or how long do we walk?
    either way i’ll join,i’m just a tad bit confused.

    • Hi Rocio, Our Walks are fundraisers, but there’s no minimum fundraising amount required. The walk is typically about 3 miles. Feel free to contact me with any other questions you have.
      Shawna Sopp
      (323) 297-4760

  3. Hello, currently the closest walk to me is about 80 miles from my hometown so I would love to start a walk in my area. How do I go about doing this? I would assume the process is very time consuming and extensive. Do you provide worksheets or tips? Thank You.

    • Hello Monique, Thank you for your interest in our Walks! Starting a Walk can be an incredibly rewarding experience. To get the process started, please send your information along with your location to Thank you.

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