'Light Up The Blues' Concert Benefits Autism SpeaksIt's almost time for "Light Up the Blues," a concert held Saturday night that benefits Autism Speaks.
The 5 Most Impactful Charities For Holiday GivingNon-profits rely heavily on end-of-year giving, to help them fulfill their annual goals and realize their vision of how to make the world a better place. Giving comes from the heart as well as the wallet, so choosing wisely makes sense. If you’re looking for suggestions and want to have huge impact, these five charities are worth your consideration and discretionary income.
Ed & Matthew Asner To Co-Host 2nd Annual Poker Tournament To Benefit Autism SpeaksEd and Matthew Asner stopped by KCAL9 Monday to talk about their 2nd Annual Poker tournament that benefits the Los Angeles chapter of Autism Speaks.
Latest Book In 'Mo's Nose' Series Raises Funds For Autism Research, Awareness A new children's book partners with Major League Baseball to raise funds for autism research and awareness.
CDC Reports 30 Percent Increase In Autism Diagnoses New figures from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention now show one in 68 children in the U.S. have been identified with autism spectrum disorder (ASD).
Autism Awareness Month: Autism SpeaksAutism Speaks spreads awareness through news, research and family services.
Ed Asner Invents Novel Fundraising Idea Using Celebrity Voices The group "Autism Speaks" has asked celebrities to take part in a unique fund-raising effort.
What You're Doing This Week: September 10It's a fun and charitable week around LA. Check out these great activities that you can enjoy while also helping someone out.
Sage Stallone Laid To Rest Sage Stallone was laid to rest Saturday.
Leno Trying To Live Down Joke He Made Before Deadly 'Love Ride'There hadn't been a fatality in the 28 year history of the "Love Ride."
Sweet Treats Benefitting Autism AwarenessThe Frosted Cupcakery is featuring fun Easter cupcakes as well as a special April Flavor of the Month benefitting Autism Speaks.
New Study Suggests Kids Can 'Recover' From AutismA new study by the Center for Autism and Related Disorders (CARD) suggests that kids who have autism can recover with the help of intensive behavioral therapy over a three-year period.

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