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AP Selected Washington Trust’s First Community Partner in Johnston

The Washington Trust Company Ribbon Cutting Ceremony for it's 19th RI Branch was Thursday, May 29. The Autism Project received a $1,000 donation and the honor of being selected to be the bank's first Community Partner in Johnston. We look forward to a long relationship with the Washington Trust Company's team!

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The Autism Project is on the Rhode Show Again!

Joanne Quinn from the Autism Project, along with Tsetse Lavallee, joined the Rhode Show Tuesday to talk more about the project.

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Channel 12 recap of Imagine Walk and Family Fun Day for Autism

Check out highlights of the 12th Annual Imagine Walk and Family Fun Day for Autism. 

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Autism Project Featured on The Rhode Show

Members of East Providence's Team No Filter tell the story behind their success.

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Imagine Walk for autism coming up on April 27th, 2014

The Imagine Walk & Family Fun Day for Autism, presented by The Autism Project, is set to take place Sunday, April 27, at Goddard Memorial State Park in Warwick.

Here is an article about last year's walk:

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CAMP FOR KIDS WHO WOULDN’T GET CAMP: The Autism Project’s summer camp goes above and beyond

Camp WANNAGOAGAIN is a camp like any other yet it is not.

The Autism Project's summer camp goes above and beyond to provide children with autism with new experiences.

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Rhode Island Small Business Journal Spotlights The Autism Project

The RI Small Business Journal  featured an article on The Autism Project in their current issue. Titled ‘Producing Good’ the text presents ways small and medium size businesses can enhance their organizations and their communities by adopting local charitable organizations in 2013.

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Autism Project gets a makeover from Home Depot and Behr

Employees of The Autism Project were joined by an unlikely crew of temporary coworkers last Thursday, as staff from the Home Depot and Behr paints volunteered their time to give the non-profit a makeover.  -  Johnston Sunrise

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