October 29, 2012
As a huge hockey fan and the parent of a child with autism, I was thrilled to learn about the American Special Hockey Association several years ago. I immediately knew that I wanted to get involved to give more children the opportunity to learn and grow by playing this great sport. I started as a volunteer, then a coach, and now a board member. The program continues to improve and grow thanks to committed partners, coaches, parents, volunteers, and donors. As a donor, I like the fact that all donations directly support programs -- because ASHA has no paid staff or board members. When you support ASHA or any individual ASHA program, you can be assured that you are directly helping put more children on the ice, putting smiles on their faces, and contributing to their health and well-being.
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MY ROLE:Board Member