2017 Take a Step for Autism Walk & Family Fun Day Saturday, April 29th 10:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.

Saturday, April 29, 2017


2017 Take a Step for Autism Walk & Family Fun Day

Saturday, April 29th 10:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.

Walk at 11:30 a.m. (weather permitting) 

at Noll Medical Pavilion, Springfield, IL

Featuring: Wild Times Exotics Indoor Petting Zoo, M&K Parties Trackless Train Rides (weather permitting), & Noonan’s Grand Rental Mobile Gaming Station (time & age restrictions for the gaming station will apply).

2017 Attractions sponsored by: Springfield Clinic- Center for Women’s Heath,  Peoples Bank & Trust, MJ Kellner, Blue Ribbon Safety, Dr. John Kwedar, Catherine Wells - LCPC,  Flowers by MaryLou,  Jay Sison & Wayne Hummer Investments.

Did you know that 1 in 68 children will be diagnosed with Autism this year?  

The Autism Society of Central Illinois works hard for Autism families in our area. ASCI provides families with sensory friendly activities, learning opportunities & support! You can show your support for the ASCI & raise Autism awareness by collecting donations! Donate on behalf of your walk team or individually. Submit your donations via First Giving. Have friends & family outside of the area who wish to show their support as virtual walkers? No problem! SHARE, SHARE, SHARE our First Giving Site on social media & encourage your family & friends to donate on behalf of your established team. You can even set up an event page for your walk team that links to our walk event! Donations provided through your First Giving site will automatically be sent to ASCI in your team’s name!!

For every $100 you collect you will be given a $10 merchandise voucher. Vouchers can be used towards purchase of Autism gear, incluldng new walk shirts!

There is no registration.  Participation in the walk is FREE.

Click here to access our website where you will find additional information and walk materials for the 2017 Take A Step for Autism

Questions?  Contact us at info@autismcil.org or 217-585-1421.

All proceeds benefit the local community through the programs of the not-for-profit, 501c3 charitable organization, Autism Society Central Illinois.