Walk News and Updates

 

  • CSI COVID-19 Protocols and Requirements
  • 2021 Walk Route Map
  • 2021 Walk Site Map
  • Registration/Check In
    • Already registered online with no extra donations to turn in or t-shirt to collect? 
      • Head straight into the event and start you day. No need to visit the Check-In tent this year
    • Already registered online, but you have cash or checks to turn in?
      • Please stop by the Check-In tent on the Great Lawn to drop off your donations. If you earned a t-shirt a volunteer will get that to you.
    • Already registered online and just need to pick up your t-shirt to raising $150+?
      • Head straight to the T-Shirt side of the Check In Tent. Volunteers will have a list of those who earned this incentive item. Same for Tribute Medallions and Grand Club pins.
        • Please note, t-shirts are earned by any individual Walk participant who raises $150 or more.
    • Didn't register online and have cash and/or check donations to turn in?
      • Please stop by the Check-In tent on the Great Lawn to drop off your donations. If you earned a t-shirt a volunteer will give you a ticket to redeem for a shirt at the T-Shirt tent
    • Didn't register online?
      • No problem! No need to stop by the Check-In tent. We'll have QR codes that you can scan with your mobile phone around the Walk site so that you can quickly check in online. We're working hard to avoid lines and crowds this year.
    • Not ready to Walk with us in person?
      • No problem! Click here to access some great remote Walk routes and activities.
      • When you finish your miles, visit our Virtual Sponsor Village to learn about local resource providers and other event sponsors.
      • Lastly, get social with us! Tag us on FacebookInstagram, or Twitter using #AutismSpeaksWalk with your location so we can follow along with your journey on Walk day and share highlights on our platforms! 

 

Sometimes the environment at an Autism Speaks Walk can become overwhelming for people with sensory sensitivities. All of our walks allow access to a quiet space that can be used as a safe outlet if you or your loved one living with autism becomes overwhelmed. We recommend finding the quiet area of your walk when you arrive and share its location with your team for ease of access later on in the day should it be needed.