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Canadian National Autism Foundation

Posted by Terry Sweeney on 2012/10/01

Canadian National Autism Foundation (CNAF)

The Canadian National Autism Foundation was formed in June 2000, by parents of children with autism.

Foundation Goals
The objectives of the Canadian National Autism Foundation are charitable. The Canadian National Autism Foundation has been formed to provide funding for:
     * Educating the general public and professionals
Educating others is very important to CNAF, much of the general public is unaware of autism and how it affects ones behavior. Each child/adult with autism is very different from one another and often have different triggers.
     * Providing information and resources to families of people with autism
     * Providing funding for Canadian based research and development
     * Promoting national autism awareness

Mission and Vision Statement

The Canadian National Autism Foundation promotes the positive enhancement and quality of life for people with autism in Canada.

Upcoming Events
CNAF runs a variety of events throughout the year to raise funds for the foundation. Their next event is the Dinner and Show happening October 26th 2012. The event is at Michelangelo’s and features Chelsea Crites with special guest David Clemmer from TV Show, Style By Jury.

Tickets are on sale now and are $38 each. Tickets are only available until October 14th, call 905-930-8682 or email to order your tickets.

For more information on the Canadian National Autism Foundation visit


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