Dan Marino Foundation
The Dan Marino Foundation’s 5th annual Walkabout & Expo is later this month. We focus on the work the Foundation does, the upcoming event, its importance and how you can get involved
If you’re looking for charitable things to do with kids, here’s a glimpse into a few of the ways visiting Everglades Holiday Park can make a difference this year for our friends and neighbors.
According to a new report from the Centers for Disease Control, one in 68 U.S. children has an autism spectrum disorder. That’s a 30 percent increase from just two years ago. For more than 20 years, the mission of the Dan Marino Foundation has been to empower individuals with autism and other developmental disabilities. Now the Marino Foundation is getting help promoting autism awareness from a rather unlikely source. We focus on its partnership with Everglades Holiday Park, and how you can join the cause.
Everglades Holiday Park is pleased to announce a partnership with the Dan Marino Foundation to help promote autism awareness and raise funds for well deserving children and young adults living with autism and other developmental disabilities.
Just this past week the Centers for Disease Control reported an autism rate in this country of one in 68 children, that’s a 30 percent increase from two years ago. We focus on the Dan Marino Foundation’s ongoing efforts to promote autism awareness and support, specifically its annual teaming up with Panera Bread, to score a “Touchdown for Autism”.
Autism is a disorder now believed to affect as many as one in 55 children. We take an in-depth look at the Dan Marino Foundation, and the work it has done as a one-stop place for the diagnosis, treatment and services for children with autism.
Driven by individuals with autism, their families and friends, the historic fundraising effort generated awareness and crucial funds for autism services.
Michael Marino beams with pride and gratitude to a very famous dad, Dad Marino.
The Dan Marino Foundation and Panera Bread are teaming up for a campaign to help people with autism and their families.
It was a sweet day for Pro-Football Hall of Famer and former Miami Dolphins quarterback Dan Marino as he accepted a check from Panera Bread for $25 thousand at the end of their Touchdown for Autism campaign.