This April, Doug’s mission is to raise awareness and run in support of the new state of the art Early Intervention play, learning, and therapy space on our campus. This mission is personal for Doug, whose daughter was diagnosed with Autism at the age of two, and was in need of early intervention services and treatment.
Our new facilities will soon open, and continue to provide children between the ages of 18 months to 3 years with early intervention, evaluation, and treatment services by way of center-based and in-home models, both in individual and group settings.
Through this upcoming marathon in April, Doug’s goal is to raise $10,000 to help young children who are a part of the Jawonio family. Our “Building for Tomorrow” campus transformation project will exceed new heights and bring exceptional health care into the future for children with developmental disabilities, mental health challenges, and chronic medical needs.
In past marathons, Doug has raised a total of over $30,000 for autism research, and he is thrilled that his efforts this coming April will allow us to continue “Building for Tomorrow”.
See Doug’s full story and donate to his cause on his Mightycause page: