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Chico Walks for Autism 2013

The Yellow Door

Sunday, April 7, 2013 from 10:00 AM to 1:00 PM (PDT)

Chico Walks for Autism 2013

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The Yellow Door (a fund of the North Valley Community Foundation) hosts the 2nd Annual Chico Walks for Autism.  This event includes a 3 mile walk, with live entertainment after, as well as sensory play areas for kids (and those of us adults who like our sensory breaks too).  Plan on a picnic with family and friends after the walk with food available for purchase from local vendors--including gluten free options!

Last year over $1500 in funds was provided helped area families buy assistive devices and funding support for their child with autism.  This happened all because some people got together and decided that Chico needed it's own walk for autism.  This years event hopes to raise money and awareness for these projects and more.  

Find us on Facebook for up to date walk information and more!  www.facebook.com/theyellowdoorchico






What are my transport/parking options getting to the event?

Parking is available on the streets surrounding the park as well as across the street in the Safeway shopping cneter.  

What can/can't I bring to the event?

Because of the sensative nature of some of the attendees, we request that you leave your pets at home.  

Where can I contact the organizer with any questions?

If you have any other question please contact the event organizers at theyellowdoorchico@gmail.com or call Josie Blagrave @ 530-518-2495


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Do I have to bring my printed ticket to the event?

Your ticket allows you to pick up your event packet before the race.  Please keep your ticket for packet pick up. 


The name on the registration/ticket doesn't match the attendee. Is that okay?



Does each member of my family have to be registered to attend? 

No, in fact, you don't have to pay to participate in this event, but if you can, please do.  The organizers of this event donate their time and energy and 100% of the money raised goes back to the autism community here locally. 


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When & Where

Bidwell Park--One Mile

Chico, CA 95973

Sunday, April 7, 2013 from 10:00 AM to 1:00 PM (PDT)

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The Yellow Door

The mission of The Yellow Door is to support to individuals with autism and their families while promoting student leadership and involvement in the Chico community.
The Yellow Door came together out of two desires: to support individuals with autism and their families as well as provide volunteer opportunities and promote awareness to the Chico community. The Center for Disease Control places the current rates of autism at 1/68 children—a number that continues to increase. Individuals with autism and other disabilities and their families often fight for awareness, recognition as individuals and services that are limited. Our hope is to connect students and community members with willing individuals with autism and their families to promote understanding, personal connection and disability awareness. Our intent is through events such as Chico Walks for Autism a greater sense of community and awareness will be developed for all those participating. 

The name, "The Yellow Door" comes from an individual with autism that Josie worked with many years ago that liked doors. When asked what their favorite color for a door would be if they could pick, they answered "yellow, because it's like opening a door of sunshine." That positive image is something that The Yellow Door hopes to foster. 

About the founder:

Josie Blagrave, MA
Josie is currently the program coordinator for the Autism Clinic at California State University, Chico. She has worked with families with autism and other disabilities in the greater Chico area since Fall of 2000. Josie is currently persuing her Ph.D. in Psychology and hopes to increase awareness and support through individuals with autism and their families through her work with The Yellow Door. 

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Chico Walks for Autism 2013
Chico, CA Events

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