Stamp Out Autism

Stamp Out Autism

Thank you for stopping by and welcome to the STAMP OUT AUTISM Blog Hop.  Patty Chenail or Betty Button’s  blog may have sent you my way. Thanks, Patty and Betty!

This is my first blog and I’m excited to be teaming up with twelve other amazing Stampin’ Up! Demonstrators to raise awareness and funds to help change the future for all those who struggle with autism. A big shout out to our Team Captain Lee Conrey for coordinating this blog hop, I am truly honored to be a part of it.

On April 25th I’m excited to participate in Walk Now For Autism Speaks. Autism Speaks is the world’s leading autism science and advocacy organization, dedicated to funding research into the causes, prevention, treatments and a cure for autism; increasing awareness of autism spectrum disorders; and advocating for the needs of individuals with autism and their families.

If you want join with me to help make a difference,  please visit my fundraising page here.
Donate to Walk Now for Autism Speaks

I decided to GO BLUE for my project. Did you know that BLUE is the color for autism awareness? I created these FUNky Fold FLIP Flop Cards in Pacific Point & Tempting Turquoise. These will be mailed to everyone who makes an online donation to my fundraising page.  ***Thank you for those who have made a donation on my fundraising page. PLEASE be sure to send me an email with your information including your mailing address and I will mail your card to you***

Stamp Out Autism - Birthday Bash by Kimberly Myers

Birthday Bash by Kimberly Myers

Another fun and easy way to support this cause is to purchase Stampin’ Up! product from my website.  April 18th through April 24th I will be donating my 20% instant income to Walk Now For Autism Speaks. Please use hostess code 6EAJN92E when you place your order here.

Facts about autism
Autism Fact #2 – From the Greek autos meaning “self,” autism literally means “alone.”

Please use the buttons below to continue on the blog hop!  Your next stop is the talented Betty Button. You are going to love the fabulous project she has to share with you!

Thanks for stopping by today and for helping to make a difference. I hope you’ll visit again soon.

Happy Stampin’ and blessings!
Kimberly Ann Myers

Patty Chenail  Stamp for Autism  or  Stamp For Autism Betty Button