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All 4 Autism is looking for Angels

All 4 Autism is looking for Angels

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FLORENCE, S.C. – All 4 Autism's ARC Angel Program helps fund the Autism Resource Center of the Pee Dee, the first and only center in Florence County.

The program was launched July 17 and runs through Aug. 17. The goal is to have at least 321 members join the ARC (Autism Resource Center) Angel Society. The number 321 represents the number of students in Florence County’s five school districts who are diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder and how crucial the need for support and resources are for our area.

The Autism Resource Center provides support services, referrals, workshops and resources for local ASD families. All of the services are free and open to the public.

There are two ARC Angel options: individual and corporate.

As an individual member of the ARC Angel Society, you will receive the official “I Got My Wings” member T-shirt. Your name will be listed on the website, all All 4 Autism social media sites and at the Autism Resource Center on the “Wall of Angels.” Membership includes invitations to special programs and workshops as well as their annual Donor Appreciation Day.

As a corporate member of the ARC Angel Society, members will receive the official “I Got My Wings” member T-shirt, their company name and logo (with link) on the All 4 Autism website, monthly promotions on social media sites, recognition on the “Wall of Angels,” and invitations to special events, including the annual Donor Appreciation Day. As a Corporate ARC Angel, members have access to additional partnership opportunities that can be tailored to their specific needs.

"I have volunteered with All 4 Autism at numerous events,” said Jenny Bushovisky, an All 4 Autism volunteer and advocate. “The new Autism Resource Center provides invaluable services and resources to ASD families. This center will need monetary support in order to keep providing these services, which is why I decided to become an ARC Angel. The ASD individuals that I have worked with have been incredible and have touched my life. I am proud to say that I have my wings!"

Donations are tax deductible. For more information, visit


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