Brittany Bas's story.
A leader is a dealer in hope.
Why our small wins with our movement towards awareness and acceptance of Autism matters.
Where we hope our advocacy will lead us and how we would like to make a change in our community.
An introduction to who we are as a Foundation as we open the conversation in the community about Autism, how AMUSE will be a platform for artists for Autistics as well as individuals in the special-needs field.
AMUSE's first event allowed us to help raise awareness to first-responders, specifically firefighters, on how they can create an ideal solution and help in case an individual with special needs is in a situation that requires their help.
Denny’s mural, this mural is establishing our diversity in our community and celebrating acceptance.
First special-needs accommodated event sponsored by target and New York life and fountain Valley community organization at this event we provided a safe space for families of all abilities to enjoy art music and kindness we brought the paint supplies and they bought the fries, we had games we had tie-dye painting we had music and we also have volunteers standing on the perimeter and readily help families
Our award with the mayor of Huntington and award with the mayor of Fountain Valley establishing our proclamation for the month of April 2021.
Our most recent Fountain Valley Summerfest where we were able to create a safe sensory cool-down zone equipped with volunteers to help families with special needs. Visual aids, sensory games, and information about our nonprofit were shared!
When you make a donation to AMUSE your support and contribution will go towards helping us strengthen our movement and goals towards acceptance and awareness of invisible disabilities, most of all, Autism. Thank you!
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