05
Sep
10

Pepsi Refresh Project for AWN

I have recently begun to get to know Sharon da Vanport a lot better through some sad circumstances. I won’t detail them here but suffice it to say that I think she has responded to those circumstances with quite a bit of grace.

Aside from those personal issues, Sharon da Vanport and the other members of AWN want to host workshops across the United States and offer mentoring programs for all females with autism, both children and adults. I can’t think of a more needed thing in this community. Females with autism often go undiagnosed and unhelped because we try so hard to be “normal” or other reasons. It’s time to shine a light on this issue.

You can help by voting, daily, for this idea at the Pepsi Refresh project website. It’s not necessary to be a fan of Pepsi. I prefer drinking Coca-Cola, to be frank, but Coca-Cola isn’t doing this supportive project, giving away millions of dollars to projects such as that AWN is doing. There are many worthy projects vying for these grants and you have 10 votes a day, so vote for this AWN project as well as any others you find worthy! A simple click and/or text and you can literally help thousands of individuals across this nation. It’s free to do and Pepsi does not spam your email.

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