Winthrop, Maine 1-800-273-5200

Get Involved - Walk for Autism

April 28, 2019

Registration starts at 11:00 am in all locations

Walk starts at 12 noon in all locations - Rain or Shine!

ONLINE REGISTRATION IS OPEN! ON-SITE REGISTRATION will also be AVAILABLE

Six Locations:

  • BANGOR - University of Maine (Taft St.)
  • BIDDEFORD - University of New England (Hills Beach Rd.)
  • FARMINGTON - Farmington Fairgrounds (292 High St.)
  • FRYEBURG - Fryeburg Fairgrounds (1154 Main St.)
  • NORTHPORT - Drinkwater Elementary School (56 Bayside Rd.)
  • PORTLAND - University of New England (716 Stevens Ave.)

Letter of Request for Corporate Sponsorship
Pledge Sheet
Vendor Form
Event Poster
Event Brochure

Volunteers Needed!

We are looking for a photographer for each Walk for Autism location to take photos/videos of the event. You do not need to be a professional, just handy with a camera and how to transfer them after the Walk. We also welcome with DJ's with experience to emcee at the Walk events. You would need to have your own equipment. If you have an interest in these volunteer opportunities, please call ASM: 1-800-273-5200.

As an affiliate of the Autism Society of America for over 40 years, the Autism Society of Maine has provided education and resources to support the valued lives of individuals on the autism spectrum. Being Maine’s leading source of information for autism, ASM has developed programs to educate and provide resource information to parents, guardians, schools, employers, first responders and the community.

Our information specialist program, annual autism conference and autism workshops are going strong and we believe there is always more to learn about autism and how best to help the individuals in our lives living with autism. ASM maintains a current online resource directory, a free lending library as well as trained staff to answer the many calls we receive each year.

With donations from the Walk for Autism, ASM is proud to offer a summer camp for children ages 5 to 15 years old. This summer camp is in its 17th year. We invite you to be a part of this special program, making it possible for a child with autism to experience a summer camp full of fun and friends!

Online registration and donation site with Firstgiving will allow you to develop your own fundraising page and develop teams if you like. It is very user-friendly and can be shared with your friends and family to spread the word and ask for support by donating to the cause or to join you! T-shirts are available to those who register and raise $50 or more!

Each Team should have a Team Captain and a Team name. Upon arrival at the Walk, the Team Captain should be the one to bring the team's donations to the registration table and check in members of the team.

Walk for Autism Photos