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Fundraiser Campaign – Climbing for Autism with Logan and Kaylee Cimins – Saturday, November 23

Donate to Support Logan and Kaylee Cimins’ Climbing for Autism Fundraiser campaign at
http://www.AutismRadio.org/climbing-for-autism – 1 in 50 have Autism – Families NEED them to climb Saturday, November 23rd – donate today and support their cause!

FAIRFIELD, NEW JERSEY – 6-Year-Old, Logan John Cimins qnd 4-year-old, Kaylee Paige Cimins, children of Grapplers Quest founder, Brian Cimins who wants to help support their 10-year-old cousin, Jonathan Cimins and 1 in 50 Children with Autism get the financial and emotional support as well as possible alternative treatments, they desperately need.

Many of the alternative treatments are not covered under insurance plans, so many families are left with little to no options while their child suffers. “Logan asked me if he could climb the Rock Wall to help raise money for ‘kids like Jonathan’. Proud parent, Brian Cimins commented, “We’ve been behind their goal ever since, to help others with Autism and ‘Climbing for Autism’ was born”.

AutismRadio.org has been helping families since 2004 including the first family talk radio show, Hope Saves The Day on iTunes, iHeartRadio and 103.7 FM in New Jersey and Pennsylvania, as well as 37 syndicated cities throughout North America. 501c3 Charity President and Founder Paul Cimins, father of Jonathan and uncle to Logan and Kaylee has helped launched iPads for Autism, the Official Autism Special Olympics Swim Team, Therapeutic Horseback riding plus launching “Recipes for Hope”, the Official Gluten and Casein Free Diet Cookbook he wrote over the last nine years of researching and caring for his son and family.

Logan John Cimins will be climbing twenty or more times and Kaylee ten or more times on Saturday, November 23rd to raise awareness for Autism plus raise $5 per climb donated by local supporters and businesses available at: http://www.AutismRadio.org/climbing-for-autism

Logan’s and Kaylee’s goal is to get 50 Local Businesses and Amazing giving souls to become their Supporters for debut of “Climbing for Autism” on Saturday, November 23rd

The program sponsor is New Jersey Rock Gym, New Jersey’s Greatest indoor rock climbing and bouldering located at 373D Route 46W, Fairfield, NJ 07004 – P 973.439.9860

For more information on Autism, visit: http://AutismRadio.org

Music Video for World’s First Song in Spanish for Autism – Hope Saves the Day for Autism – La Esperanza Salvará el Día Paul Cimins Fundraiser for AutismRadio.org

Watch Sample of Music Video for Autism Fundraiser song, “HOPE SAVES THE DAY” now in Spanish called, “La Esperanza Salvará el Día”, Written by my brother, Paul Cimins of http://AutismRadio.org

ENGLISH Version Download in iTunes:
https://itunes.apple.com/us/album/hope-saves-day-for-autism/id635462635

SPANISH Version Download in iTunes:
https://itunes.apple.com/us/album/la-esperanza-salvara-dia-hope/id651079460

Autism Fundraiser Song – Download Hope Saves The Day on iTunes – Every Month is Autism Awareness Month

April is Autism Awareness Month and nearly over…every day is Autism Awareness for us. 

PLEASE HELP US HELP ONE IN FIFTY CHILDREN…
if you ever considered supporting Autism during one month of the year, it’s April, please just donate 99 Cents via iTunes to Autism and get the New Single “Hope Saves The Day” Free at: http://bit.ly/AutismRadio

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Download “Hope Saves The Day” by Paul Cimins, Founder of 501c3 Volunteer Based Charity, “Autism Radio” (http://AutismRadio.org) on iTunes for just 99 cents – 100% donated to Families: http://bit.ly/AutismRadio

Helping Others – Therapeutic Horseback Riding Program Launched by Autism Radio and Paul Cimins

In 2011, Paul Cimins and his National Charity, Autism Radio (http://AutismRadio.org) launched an amazing “Therapeutic Horseback Riding Program” for children along with Stella Riding and the New Jersey Equestrian Center in Pompton Plains, New Jersey.

From http://Wikipedia.org on Horse Therapy for Autism:

“Therapeutic horseback riding has been used to help people with autism.[3][4][5][6] Especially for autistic children.[7] This activity is said to benefit the communication, motor skills, and social skills of an autistic person. It also causes improvement in responses to verbal and external stimuli and relaxation. People with autism cannot ignore one sense and let another take over the way most people can. Instead, they see, smell, hear, taste, and feel, and think all at once giving them sort of a sensory overload that they cannot handle.[original research?] Riding a horse helps them concentrate on just the task they are doing rather than everything all at once.

Equine assisted activities work almost like a reward system. When a child with poor communication skills wants the horse to walk they have to use a verbal command to move the horse forward it gives them incentive to give that command. Also, they will begin to build a bond with the horse and also with the handlers of that horse. Although the horses are led during lessons they learn to pull the reins to move the horse to one direction or another. These could be reaching down to grab something or giving the handler a high-five. Individuals with autism will learn to interact with the horses handlers to convey to them what they want the horse to do. If they want the horse to walk they have to learn from the handler how to ask the horse to do that. Also, it helps them to focus on something outside from themselves which is a difficulty for people with autism.”

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Find out more on how YOU can help 1 in 88 children in America with an Autism Donation today at: http://AutismDonation.org

Remember that “Hope Saves the Day”

Grappling Autism Launches: In-House Academy Tournament Fundraising Program to Help Desperate Families in Need

My nephew, Jonathan Cimins was born on April 16, 2003 as a seemingly healthy, beautiful blue eyed baby boy. At 18 months old, soon after his booster vaccination, his speech rapidly declined, his behaviors started becoming repetitive, spinning for hours, jumping for hours, making strange noises and even seriously injuring himself without fear, we were lost. Sadly, he’s never been able to say, “Daddy, I love you,” but his father, Paul Cimins NEVER gave up Hope. UPDATE: On May 6, 2013, Jonathan said “Daddy” – check out: http://AutismRadio.org

Cimins’ mastery in the Culinary Arts as a graduate of Culinary Institute of America and consulatations with DAN Doctors and Nutritional Experts propelled him to create the world renonwn, “Autism Spectrum Diet”, voted “best tasting gluten free and cassein free recipes”. He sought out international Autism experts and doctors, herbalists, phychiatrists, alternative biomedical treatments and most importantly, family crisis support groups throughout the World. The family support radio show, Hope Saves The Day is free on iTunes here: http://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/hope-saves-the-day/id368234896

There was very little information available, no health insurance support and no guidance or help for families who learned their child or children had Autism. There were no treatments or hope for many of these families. The Divorce rate amongst parents of Autistic Children is 75%. With one in 91 boys being diagnosed with Autism, now is more important than ever to help raise funds to directly support families. Other Autism organizations boast “awareness” campaigns, but lack in the true families that need their help the most.

Paul Cimins and the entire family is on a QUEST to help cure and treat Autism and help the families it can potentially devastate.
WE NEED YOUR HELP!


Grappling Autism was founded by Brian Cimins in 2007 to help raise funds for families with AutismRadio, a 5013c charitable organization you directly helps these families, most desperately in need of support, both emotionally and biomedically to help recover their child. Cimins is the President and Founder of Grapplers Quest currently donates $1 from every competitor worldwide directly to AutismRadio and with annual donations exceeding $10,000+ annually, still just helps ONE family per year, that’s how expensive Autism can be to treat properly.

Autism Families desperately need our support.
Instructors, Family and Friends come up to up to us every tournament and say, “How Can I help?” – here’s how:

Grappling Autism

In-House Tournament Fundraising Program to
Benefit AutismRadio.org to Help Desperate Families in Need.

Your $250 Direct School Donation includes:

TOOLS TO RUN THE EVENT:
– Tournament Bracketing Software ($50 value)
– 1 Flipper Scoreboard ($35 value)
– Referee Wristbands ($10 value)
– One Set of Competitor Ankle ($10 value)
– Guide How to Run an In-House Tournament
– Guide How to Plan and Market Your Event
– Guide How to Teach your Youth Students and their Families the Values of Charity

MARKETING AND PUBLIC RELATIONS:
– How to get AMAZING local and national Press (PR) from supporting Autism
– Interview on Hope Saves The Day on AutismRadio (30,000 weekly listeners)
– News Promotion on GrapplersQuest.com
– News Promotion on GrapplingFans.com

Your SCHOOL Fundraising Goal:
To Raise $2,500+ per event for GRAPPLING AUTISM (AutismRadio, 501c3)
50 competitors at $50 each = $2,500 + $500 donation === $3,000
Note: This pays for 3 months of biomedical
treatment in Hyperbaric Chamber for one Autistic Child

Sign up your ACADEMY today to help support families in need and get the best possible exposure possible for your charitable good deed, don’t delay, go to: http://www.grapplersquest.com/products/grappling-autism-house-tournament-fundraising-kit-and-donation-autism-radio-501c3-charitabl

STAND OUT AMONGST YOUR PEERS,
HELP FAMILIES IN NEED,
AND HELP US MAKE THE WORLD A BETTER PLACE
FOR CHILDREN WITH AUTISM, GO TO:

http://www.grapplersquest.com/products/grappling-autism-house-tournament-fundraising-kit-and-donation-autism-radio-501c3-charitabl

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