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Autism walk organizer appealing for sponsors

Kitimat disABILITY Resources is gearing up for the 2019 Autism Walk which is just around the corner.

KDR’s Megan Rothney said a vital part of the success of the walk has been the sponsors.

“Kitimat DisABILITY Resources can only achieve its goal of an inclusive community with the assistance of generous donations from members of our community,” said Rothney.

She has extended an invitation to local businesses and organizations to showcase their community involvement and support by setting up a table at the event.

“As we love to publicly recognize our event sponsors, they are welcome to include any brochures or banners to be displayed or shirts to be worn at the walk,” said Rothney.

She said many sponsors simply choose just to hand out drinks, snacks and even stickers.

For more information contact Rothney by email:

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