Autism Speaks Canada Walk: Edmonton 2017

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Congratulations Carmen C. for entering and winning two tickets to anywhere WestJet flies by donating $50 or more to the Walk!

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Congratulations and thank to our walkers, corporate partners, volunteers and supporters for making this year’s Walk a success!

The Edmonton Walk raised an amazing $100,000 and counting….just 18% shy of its campaign goal of $123,000!

Although the Walk has taken place, the website will remain open to accept donations. Everyone can still receive the Walk t-shirt when they raise $150 before Oct 31, 2017. All cash and cheques should be forwarded to Autism Speaks Canada 2450 Victoria Park Avenue, Toronto, ON, M2J 4A2

Local Walk Ambassador: Brody

BrodyBroderick Bitangcol, referred to as "Brody" by all who know and love him, is 4 years old. He was recently diagnosed in April of 2016 with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) after struggles with speech and language, social communication and eye contact were apparent at a young age. You would never know he's only been speaking since he was close to 3 years old as he is more than happy to narrate your day for you as it goes along! He's truly become a chatterbox and silent moments for him are a thing of the distant past.

Brody has a deep love of all things vehicles but by far his favorite things to tell you all about are airplanes. He loves them all...biplanes, fighter jets, propeller planes. If it flies it’s a guarantee that Brody loves it and can tell you all about it! It's a real passion and he has no shortage of knowledge surrounding the subject.

Brody can always be seen with a smile on his face, laughing with his friends and family. His personality is warm, inviting and loving and he will never pass up a tickle. His giggle is contagious and when he looks into your eyes the world truly becomes a magical place. Those who have crossed paths with Brody have a very hard time forgetting the boy with the million dollar smile.


Walk Day

The Walk includes fun activities, performers and snacks, before and after the Walk.  Arrive early to give yourself lots of time to visit and enjoy the event with your family and friends! 

Upon arrival at your Walk, please proceed to Registration to submit your cash and cheque donations with your pledge form(s).  Ensure that your pledge form is clearly labeled with your name and team name (if part of a team) to ensure that you and your team receive recognition for all donations collected. 

Be sure to visit the Resource Fair area to learn more about the services and programs that are available in your community.  Resource Fairs are a part of our signature Walks.  Please contact your Regional Walk Manager for more information or to inquire about a Resource Fair at your Walk.

The Walk Now for Autism Speaks Canada event will commence with the opening ceremonies where all participants are invited to gather near the stage for presentations, stories, and fundraising updates.  The Walk begins with an official countdown from the stage.


Edmonton Resource Fair:

  • AdaptAbilities
  • Children's Autism Services of Edmonton
  • Autism Edmonton
  • Glenrose Rehabilitation Hospital
  • Ability4Good
  • Chrysalis
  • Barefoot Books
  • Home on the Range Green Care Farm
  • Primerica
  • Edmonton Epilepsy Association
  • Centre for Autism Services Alberta
  • Elves Special Needs Society
  • Special Olympics Alberta
  • From Play to Words Inc.
  • Community Options A Society For Children Families
  • Edmonton Public Schools
  • Crossroads Kinnections Program


Click here for a Resource Fair application form.


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