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Nicole Goodwin

When you can make it through a challenging situation and find a way to help others through it, that is kindness beyond measure.

Nicole Goodwin has displayed that kindness to many SARRC families. Her involvement with SARRC started when she learned that her child had autism. Her interaction with SARRC as a client paved the way for her to continue on as a volunteer. Nicole’s involvement transformed when she became a donor and, most recently, a board member.

Nicole has been a Valley resident for more than 10 years and works as a litigation shareholder at Greenberg Traurig, LLP. Her work with SARRC motivated her to join the Legacy Circle and continue to make the daily lives of individuals with autism better.

As families continue to be introduced to autism, Nicole wants to know that there will be services here to support them whether they are in the form of therapy, education, employment, or community skill building. As a Legacy Circle member, she can directly ensure that her goal is realized.

“I know that SARRC will be here in the Valley for the long run,” said Nicole. “It’s a very well-run organization that impacts individuals with autism and their families/communities in a wonderfully positive way. I know my gift will be used in a productive, impactful way.”

If you would like to learn more about becoming a Legacy Circle member and ensuring the continued vitality and growth of SARRC’s services from one generation to the next, please contact Beth Salazar at [email protected] or 602-340-8717, ext. 1039.