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My Miracle

"God blessed me with the most lovable, interesting, fun little boy ever. During his 1st birthday, I noticed he wasn't trying to walk and didn't take his first step til 14 months. In Kindergarten, he came home crying, saying his teacher didn't like him and she wouldn't let him play with the other kids..."

— Click to read more of Gavin's story! —

Keep Creative Play

Numerous studies suggest play has considerable benefits for kids including boosting brain function, increasing fitness, improving coordination, and teaching cooperation. But as pressure mounts for schools to pass ever-changing tests, creative classes are being cut. This isn't doing kids any favors in the long term.

Sign the petition to prioritize creative play!

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Therapeutic Family Play Session for Children with Autism

Family play therapy is great fun, but it's more than that. It teaches families to help children with autism develop gross and fine motor skills, as well as social interaction skills.

This Gift That Gives More™ provides an hour-long family play therapy session for children with autism. The family is also given access to a toy-lending library so that the helpful interactions can continue at home.

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