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Puzzle paces walk For Autism 2018
Puzzle Paces is a brand NEW walk event hosted by the Autism Society of East TN. The goal of this event is to bring awareness by "connecting" the community through compassion and celebration.
Day of events include, but are not limited to:
Face painting, crafts, interactive games, food, hot air balloon rides, inflatables, and the list is still growing.
We’ve made a lot of progress for families affected by autism, and we’re not slowing down anytime soon. We know your participation in Puzzle Paces is critical to helping us continue to “connect the pieces of awareness"
Terms & FAQs:
What is a Team?
A team is a group of individuals who've decided to fundraise together to reach a particular goal.
What is a Sponsor?
A sponsor is an paying organization and/or individual that receives marketing and promotional benefits.
What is a Donor?
A donor is a paying organization and/or individual that does not desire marketing and promotional benefits.
What is a Champion?
A Team Champion is simply the leader/organizer of any team.
What is a Companion?
Companions are your team members who are assisting you in achieving your fundraising goal.
What is Bank Day?
Bank Day is a schedule day at a local bank so participants can deposit money prior to the walk event.
What is a Walker Card?
A walker card is layout of the event for each participant.
Do I have to attend the walk to fundraise?
No. Fundraising can be done completely online and/or you can send in your money and Team Tracking report to receive team incentives.
Is there a minimum/maximum fundraising requirement?
Yes. Because there is NO REGISTRATION FEE, we are asking Family Teams to commit to raising $100 (total) and Corporate Teams $1,000.
Is there a minimum/maximum number of team members?
Are dogs welcome?
No, as there is no grass and are not permitted on the track.
Do I need to get pledges?
No, this is a donation format event. Meaning that you just ask for a set amount, not per mile.
Can friends be apart of my "Family Team?"
Serving the autistic spectrum in the following 36 Tennessee counties: Anderson, Bledsoe, Blount, Bradley, Campbell, Carter, Claiborne, Cocke, Cumberland, Fentress, Grainger, Greene, Hamblen, Hamilton, Hancock, Hawkins, Jefferson, Johnson, Knox, Loudon, Marion, McMinn, Meigs, Monroe, Morgan, Pickett, Polk, Rhea, Roane, Scott, Sequatchie, Sevier, Sullivan, Unicoi, Union, Washington