Come to Meet and Walk with Au Pair Sis to support Autism!

Lace up your sneakers and Walk Now for Autism Speaks with an international and fun Go Au Pair team and Au Pair Sis on Sunday, November 2nd. Come to meet in person Au Pair Sis Janine.

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Here are more details on the event.

Walk Now for Autism Speaks is a fun, family-friendly day of autism awareness, information, and fundraising for Autism Speaks. Please register with Go Au Pair team  before the walk and everyone is welcome to join!  Walk Now for Autism Speaks will be on Sunday, November 2, 2014 at the Citizens Bank Park, 1 Citizens Bank Way, Philadelphia, PA 19148

Au Pairs walk 2014

We’ll met on November 2, 2014 at 10:00 am. Registration Volunteers will assist the participants in completing Walk Day Registration envelopes. If you are not registered in advance, you will need to sign the participant waiver before the walk. Nametags will be available for the children with space for parents contact information.

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An opening ceremony will start at 10:30 am and  a Walk will start at 11:00 am. Here is the a map of the walk route and a map of the Home Run Club Entertainment and Resource Fair.

If you or the kids will need a break, there will be a rest area at Bob’s Discount Furniture Calming Tent located halfway through the walk. Wawa, Frito Lay and Deep River Snacks will provide snacks and water to all participants. All of the food is donated and provided to every walker without a fee. autism bear

Please bring cash or credit card  if you are interested in purchasing anything on Walk day. Proceeds from all Walk Day purchases will go toward the Philadelphia Walk Now for Autism Speaks.

There is ample parking at Citizens Bank Park. As you enter the on Pattison Ave, free parking will be available in lots S,T,U and P.walk wuth Go Au Pair team

Go Au Pair Team is very much looking forward to the 12th Annual Philadelphia Walk Now for Autism Speaks!  Au Pairs are looking forward to getting together, make new friends, meet Au Pair Sis Janine and to raise awareness, advocacy,  funding for research and family services for the autism community.

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