Chatter Cup 2016

Fundraising Goal: $5,000.00

Total Number of Gifts: 16
Total Value of Gifts: $2,250.00

Recent Donors

Ms. Cari Lyn Pierce

Ms. Cari Lyn Pierce

Chris Holland

Mrs. Kimberly Stuckart

Dr. Sanders Burstein

Kathleen Denis

John McGrath

Mark Crowley

Nick Therrien

Holly B Willis

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The Chatter Cup was established in 2008, inspired by the families of Colin Beck and Nick Robichaud - two great boys who are diagnosed with symptoms that fall within the autism spectrum. The Chatter Cup was created to raise funds in support of families; families like ours, who live everyday challenged by the effects of Autism. Autism touches the lives of so many... with one out of every 160 children faced with this condition, it is not something we can ignore. Our Mission, like that of Easter Seals' Autism Network, is to raise awareness in the community, and to fund many incredible programs that provide these amazing kids and their families with support, education and opportunity.

Easter Seals is the leading non-profit provider of services for individuals with special needs. For over 85 years, Easter Seals has been offering help and hope to children and adults living with disabilities, and the families who love them.

The Chatter Cup a family-friendly, three day hockey tournament includes competitive hockey for men and women, a BBQ, silent auction and a huge array of activities including bounce houses, a hot rod show and visits from local icons like Max from the Monarch's and Fungo/Slider from the Fisher Cats.

Come join us on July 29th to 31st, for a weekend packed with fun for the whole family and take the opportunity to make a difference in the lives of some very special families.

The Chatter Cup Committee

PS - In order for a specific team to get credit for your donation, please include the team captain's name in the "street 2" field.

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