An iPad for CeCe

By |January 6th, 2017|

Meet CeCe. She is grinning eat-to-ear because she received her very own iPad!   Earlier this year, Team Asa found out that CeCe needed a better way to communicate with others while she was at school. She needed an iPad to help develop skills and interact with her teachers and peers. Because of the overwhelming [...]

Spending Christmas Under the Sea

By |December 23rd, 2016|

  Thanks to the help of our bears, Team Asa was able to celebrate the holidays spreading a little joy!  Through our wonderful friends at the Centers for Habilitation we had the opportunity to meet Eugene, Joe, John, Larry & Randy and spend a wonderful Saturday together.  The Centers for Habilitation is an awesome organization that [...]

A Service Dog For Suzy

By |December 20th, 2016|

Suzy is a sweet little girl who needed a service dog to give her a sense of familiarity in strange situations. Suzy was diagnosed with autism, something that can sometimes cause overwhelming moments when faced with unfamiliar surroundings. A service dog will allow Suzy to transition from place to place and feel safe with a [...]

Thanks to donated bike, blind student can race

By |December 16th, 2015|

For 9-year-old Joaquin Valencia, life is about facing more challenges than your average kid. He was diagnosed with retinoblastoma at 11 1⁄2 months old and became completely blind at 6 months old.

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