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Sponsorships, donations for our silent auctions, and monetary gifts are needed to help us make our events a success. Proceeds from these events will provide vital programming, education, and support services for the families we serve in Southeastern Wisconsin. All money we raise stays here to benefit our community. Please consider showing your support by sponsoring one of our upcoming events, or by making an auction item or monetary donation today!

The Autism Society of Southeastern Wisconsin’s 32nd annual 2022 annual Autism Gala was back this year! On Saturday, April 9, 2022, we had a great Gala that included an auction, dinner, dancing, and a tribute to Emily Levine, recently retired Executive Director of the Autism Society SEWI. Thanks to all who made this night so special and helped us continue our autism work in the community. Learn More about the 2022 Gala

The A-Team Fun Walk will be held on Sept. 10 at Greenfield Park. We are planning that this will be an in-person event and will continue to be one of the largest autism gatherings in the state. This event replaced our Dylan’s Run event three years ago and still includes a day of family fun and a one-mile walk and a run. … This will be our 22nd annual event!

Learn more about the A-Team Fun Walk

Our new 2022 A-Mazing Challenge scavenger hunt program will be held two quarters this year. The May- June event will focus on Making Communict COnnections and the July-September event focuses on Staying Active and the October-December focus is on Holiday Time Making Connections. This great program includes activities our autism community can participate in while keeping safe and following the Center for Disease Control Prevention (CDC) guidelines for gatherings and interactions with others.

Learn more about the A-Mazing Challenge

The iCan Bike Camp is a program that teaches individuals with disabilities how to ride a conventional bike and become a lifelong independent rider! 

Success in learning to ride a bicycle is a major accomplishment for attendees and builds confidence and an improved self-image. Nothing is more inspiring than seeing a group of bike camp participants ride a conventional bike completely independently.  By the end of the five day camp over 80 percent of riders learn to ride their bikes completely independently.

Learn more about the iCan Bike Camp

SuperStars Camp is a one or two-week VIRTUAL multi-disciplinary arts camp for young people with autism and other disabilities, their siblings, friends and typically developing individuals.

Learn more about SuperStars Camp

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