Sunday, August 10, 2014

Help Amy Sequenzia Get to TASH

Crowd-sourced Campaign to Get Amy to TASH

Amy Sequenzia has a personal campaign on Fundrazr (similar to Kickstarter) to raise money to get to the TASH conference in Washington D.C. in December.

The campaign ends on November 30th. She's looking to raise $3000. Of the tens of thousands of supporters to Pages such as AWN, this should be an easy goal to meet if a large number of people contribute a little bit each.

From the campaign page:

My name is Amy, I am a non-speaking Autistic activist and blogger, and I have a chance to present at TASH Conference in December, in Washington, DC.
Some of you already know me and know that I need to travel with a support person. Last year I was able to present at a different conference because you helped me get there. It was awesome!...

Contribute if you can. And if not please share this information with your social networks so others may help too.

Thank you!

Amy Sequenzia
Amy is a writer and disability activist.

TASH is an international leader in disability advocacy. Founded in 1975, TASH advocates for human rights and inclusion for people with significant disabilities and support needs – those most vulnerable to segregation, abuse, neglect and institutionalization.

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