What brilliant learners we have this season. Inspired to excel at running a BBQ cafe, our young entrepreneurs have just completed one training session with Maralyn from Futures Found. Learning all about jobs, expectations, resumes, interviews in the first lesson they are ready for the next. Please mark your calendars and help spread the word about the upcoming BBQ Cafe that will be run by our youth on the 16th July.Continue Reading
Three hundred and sixty five FREE community opportunities - Classes, workshops, that include both education and sports programs etc. Just think about it. There are 365 days in a year, that's how many amazing opportunities we as an organization have dedicated to the children and adults in our communities. You see, it takes a grassroots like Project Autism to stand up against what is deemed the norm, especially in the charity world. When we first started people told us it was impossible. No one can do what you want to do without money. We are powered from within, born out of need, collectively trying to build stronger roots so that our very own children /adults can grow and flourish in our world. We see the bigger picture. No one tells us what we need. We know. We see. We feel. We hear. We work. We create. We celebrate. - Judith, Anne & Patrick #Communitymatters #communityhelpingcommunityContinue Reading
Our Long Term Plan
One of Project Autism’s long-term goals is to create nation-wide, inclusive community with government support and stable funding. Connecting our associations, organizations, and charities is a vital element on so many levels as the disorder spans across local, provincial and federal boundaries and is a chronic health issue that requires ongoing and long-term support and resources.