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2014 DOORS Handleman Walk for Autism Teams Page - November 2, 2014

A team for DOUGLASS ORGANIZATION FOR OCCUPATIONAL & RELATED EDUCATION

  • $14,566
    Raised
  • 155
    Donors
  • 20
    Fundraisers

This campaign already ended. We hope you like the results!

$14,566 raised of $20,000
($10,484 online, $4,082 offline)

Help DOORS raise funds for essential programming at the DDDC by joining or leading a team for the 2014 Handleman Walk for Autism!

Leaderboard

name dollars donors

1

DOORS Organization

2014 Handleman Walk for Autism - November 2, 2014

$3,477 18

2

Lisa & Nick Gatti

Chrissy's Crew : Gatti family & friends fundraising for 2014 DOORS Handleman Walk for Autism Teams Page - November 2, 2014

$2,835 32

3

Elizabeth Shain

Jenna Shain's 2014 DOORS Handleman Walk for Autism Teams Page - November 2, 2014

$1,936 26

4

Team Handleman

Team Handleman fundraising for 2014 Handleman Walk for Autism Teams Page - November 2, 2014

$1,148 13

5

Vince Scanelli

Team Angelo

$1,025 2

6

Lisa Horrocks

Team Tommy's 2014 fundraiser for Autism (DOORS Handleman walk)

$745 17

7

Kim Grady

Kim Grady fundraising for 2014 DOORS Handleman Walk for Autism Teams Page - November 2, 2014

$600 6

8

Jimmer Carden

Miles Carden fundraising for 2014 DOORS Handleman Walk for Autism Teams Page - November 2, 2014 1

$580 10

9

Patricia Gordon

Eamon's Crew

$425 7

10

Tracy Gencarelli

Matthew's team fundraising for 2014 DOORS Handleman Walk for Autism Teams Page - November 2, 2014

$380 7

11

Maureen Barsi

Maureen Barsi fundraising for 2014 DOORS Handleman Walk for Autism Teams Page - November 2, 2014

$350 1

12

Caitlin Darragh

DDDC Staff

$300 3

13

Heather Cowperthwaite

Heather Cowperthwaite fundraising for 2014 DOORS Handleman Walk for Autism Teams Page - November 2, 2014

$300 2

14

Toni Genovese

Toni Genovese fundraising for 2014 DOORS Handleman Walk for Autism Teams Page - November 2, 2014

$215 6

15

Maria Arnold

Team Arnold

$175 4

16

James Christy

Jimmy's 2014 DOORS Handleman Walk!

$75 2

17

Jimmer Carden

Jimmer Carden fundraising for 2014 DOORS Handleman Walk for Autism Teams Page - November 2, 2014

$0 0

18

Kiersten Hicks

Kiersten Hicks fundraising for 2014 DOORS Handleman Walk for Autism Teams Page - November 2, 2014

$0 0

19

Andrew's Army (Taylor)

Teresa Taylor fundraising for 2014 DOORS Handleman Walk for Autism Teams Page - November 2, 2014

$0 0

20

Gina Bisogna

Gina Bisogna fundraising for 2014 DOORS Handleman Walk for Autism Teams Page - November 2, 2014

$0 0

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Event Date:

NOVEMBER 2, 2014

11AM to 1PM

RUTGERS GARDENS LOG CABIN AND PAVILLION

112 Ryders Lane, New Brunswick, New Jersey

(Rain Date: Sunday November 9, 2014 - 11AM-1PM)

Thank You to Our Corporate Sponsors:

ALLSTATE Donated by Vincent J. Scanelli, President, DOORS

EPSTEIN ARLEN & OSTROVE, LLC

HYBRIDGE LEARNING GROUP

NORTH BRUNSWICK PUB


What Is the Handleman Walk for Autism?

The WALK is a fun family event with: Live music, food, moon bouncing, face and pumpkin painting, balloon creations, carnival games, crafts, a silent auction and more in a beautiful garden on Rutgers Campus. The event raises funds for children and adults with autism and celebrates the life’s work of autism pioneer Dr. Jan Handleman (1951-2008). It is both a fundraiser and a fun family day. We hope you will support us and join us at the Walk.

All are welcome and all get a shirt for participation!

So What Is DOORS?

DOORS is a parent-run organization associated with the highly esteemed Douglass Developmental Disabilities Center in New Brunswick, NJ. DOORS provides resources to help children and adults with autism thrive and grow including: Access to quality care from professionals, recreational opportunities to have fun with peers and skill building programs to maximize independence.

Although these programs are essential to the students of the DDDC, they are often not covered by traditional funding. That's where you can help - by supporting the Handleman Walk for Autism, you are supporting these programs at the DDDC. All donations go to the DDDC, a 501(c)3 organization.

Thanks for donating and hope to see you at the Walk!

Team Captain

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