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Walk the Walk for Autism - Stepping in the Right Direction for Autism
Together we raised $270,000 in 2018.
Thank you for Walking the Walk for Autism.
Your support means understanding, acceptance and inclusion
for people with autism and their families.

Our Stories

  • Jordan
    I'm walking for my little brother, Taylor, who has Autism. As soon as he was bor... more
  • Carly
    In October of 2017, our son Callum was admitted to the IWK hospital. The months ... more
  • Ally
    I'm walking in the hopes that we can continue to come together to make sure Auti... more
  • Valarie
    My son, Carson was diagnosed with Autism May 2012 at age 3. Currently, there is ... more
  • Natasha
    This is my first year fundraising and I thought I’d be moderate. Then I th... more
  • Kelly Marianne
     I found out when I was 21 that I was on the autism spectrum and this is my... more
  • Sherry
    Cole, my son, was diagnosed at the age of 2 1/2. I am walking for him, and ... more
  • Shelley
    We are walking to support the association that supports our family in many ways.... more
  • Brittany
    I'm walking because someone that means the world to me is going threw something ... more
  • Suzie
    I am walking to give back to those who have helped me!  Since moving to Nov... more
  • Cynthia
    I'm walking to help fund Autism Nova Scotia's programs that are run for and by a... more
  • Tristan
    This is an amazing fundraiser that has given me many opportunities to participat... more
  • Carla
     For our family...for our community! more
  • Karen
     I am walking to support my son Ian and all others with ASD.  Ian rece... more
  • Tracy
     I am walking for two reasons.  First for my handsome son, who has bee... more
  • Natalie
     We are walking for our son, Nolan. For awareness and understanding,  ... more
  • Bessy
    My hope is to raise awareness for Autism and funds to help families and individu... more
  • BillieJean
     To support and bring awareness to Autism Spectrum Disorder. more
  • Sarah
     As her family, friends and supporters, we are walking for Ainsley.  B... more
  • Judy
     We are walking in support of our boy, Victor. Vic has displayed signs of a... more


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