Join SARRC for the Second Annual YES Day for Autism™ —a community event for all! The day will include an Autism Resource Fair, kid zone, entertainment, pumpkin patch and much more! People across Arizona who are driven by a desire to create more supportive, inclusive communities for individuals with autism are invited to attend.
YES Day for Autism is scheduled for Sunday, Oct. 23 at Tempe Beach Park, but teams are encouraged to start recruiting team members and fundraising now as we lead up to the in-person community event. Register at yesdayforautism.org »
When you join us and say “yes,” you are saying:
- YES! to listening and understanding people with autism.
- YES! to early screening, diagnosis, and access to effective services.
- YES! to high-quality education and healthcare.
- YES! to training for first responders.
- YES! to supporting employment opportunities for adults with autism.
- YES! to innovative housing solutions.
- YES! to building more supportive, inclusive communities across Arizona.
Sunday, Oct. 23 Event Highlights
WHO: Everyone! Families, friends, partners and the community at large who are driven by a desire to create more supportive and inclusive communities.
WHAT: We encourage participants to register in advance to help raise funds, awareness and acceptance. In the days leading up to our in-person event, teams will have the chance to recruit team members, fundraise and score cool prizes along the way!
WHERE: The in-person YES Day for Autism event will be held at Tempe Beach Park on Sunday, Oct. 23, 2022. Attendees will have the opportunity to visit more than 40 autism provider booths; live music and special performances; and other family-friendly activities including games, arts and crafts, face painting, bounce houses, a free pumpkin patch and more! Various food vendors will also be onsite.
HOW: Register for free at yesdayforautism.org
WHY: Through SARRC’s YES Day for Autism, we will proudly celebrate what is possible when we work together, share resources and collaborate effectively to say “yes” for people with autism and their families. And importantly, all dollars raised will be kept in Arizona for Arizona.