Thanks to your support and donations during ServiceMaster Cleaning & Restoration by Clean in a Wink’s spring open house on April 25, Clean In A Wink was honored to present Heartspring’s Community of Autism Resources and Education (CARE) program with a check for more than $1,100.
Clean In A Wink members, including owner Jerry Winkley and his son Jonathan, present Heartspring with a check for autism support and awareness.
The donation, which was made possible by your generous purchase of dozens of Puzzle Pal pieces on display during the open house, directly benefits Heartspring’s efforts to assist autistic individuals in the community. Autism spectrum disorders affect 1 out of every 88 individuals.
“We were thrilled to see so many agents, adjusters and community partners at the Puzzle Pal autism event in April,” said CIAW owner Jerry Winkley. “The many generous purchases of Puzzle Pal pieces for $1, $10, even $100, will directly help autistic individuals, such as my son and some of the people we employ.”
In addition to a catered lunch from fellow Puzzle Pal community sponsor PopEye’s Chicken, guests at the April 25 open house enjoyed puzzle-themed contests and games. A puzzle piece is a widely-used emblem for autism awareness.
To view photos from the celebration, visit our Facebook photo album.