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Raising Money for Snowflakes Autism Support

Fundraising For Snowflakes Autism Support
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Snowflakes Autism Support

Set up in January 2012, we are a support group for parents, siblings & children affected by...

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As many of you know my handsome blue eyed little boy Seán was diagnosed with Autism early last year. 1 in 65 children in Ireland have Autism. That is a lot of children, yet there is not enough awareness, let alone intervention for these children. There are also very few support networks for families of children with Autism. While I would not change one thing about Seán, there is a hell of a lot of things I would like to change in the world for him. However I am not a miracle worker, I am only one person. What has helped me this last year is not only my close friends and family but also the support an...

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Supporters

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16-06-2018

Michael whelan

Well done Wendy!

10.00
07-06-2018

Dave

25.00
05-06-2018

Adrienne Duffy

Well done Wendy

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02-06-2018

Sarah Flynn

10.00
28-05-2018

Kevin

Fair play Wendy :)

25.00
28-05-2018

Claudine

Well done Wendy

20.00
28-05-2018

Dermot

Good luck in the run. Hope you get great weather.

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28-05-2018

Alan Erin Emme & Harry

Best of luck, Wendy!

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28-05-2018

Denise

Well done Wendy

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30-04-2018

Jeanflynn

Good luck

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About the Cause

Snowflakes Autism Support
Set up in January 2012, we are a support group for parents, siblings & children affected by an Autism Spectrum Disorder. Snowflakes autism support offer support to parents of children diagnosed with ASD by organising social events for the children & siblings, holding support group meetings, workshops, information evenings & social events for parents. The name Snowflakes was chosen for our group because children with autism are like snowflakes � they are beautiful, each one is...