Recent News & Events



The Annapolis Valley Chapter of Autism Nova Scotia would like to extend its heartfelt thanks to the following:

Scotiabank - Middleton  Our Walk the Walk SIGNATURE sponsor for 2016 and 2017.

K-ROCK 89.3 - sponsoring our Walk the Walk for Autism for the last 8 years.

Cash & Carry - Rona - Kingston and Middleton locations - "Paint for Autism Campaign" into its 3rd. year.

Frank Spinney & Friends who have donated the proceeds of their Christmas concert to the Chapter for the last 4 years.

Michelin-Waterville who have made substantial donations in support of our 2016 and 2017 Summer Day Camp program.

Harrison Czapalay who spearheaded an amazing Light It Up Blue celebration BBQ in Wolfville in 2016 and 2017 and donated half of the proceeds from this event to the Valley Chapter!

Unity for Autism which has awarded the Chapter a grant in the amount of $5,600 which allow us to provide 16 therapeutic riding spots throughout 2017.

The Retired Teachers  Organization of Nova Scotia (RTO) which presented our group with the 2017 RTO Legacy Foundation Grant in support of our Summer Day Camp program.

The GoodLife Kids Foundation which has supported not only our camp program but recently awarded the Chapter a $5,000 grant to assist us in establishing a swim program.

Our local Community Health Boards which have supported us with grants for our Cooking Program for Teens and Adults and for a Social Skills Program for those age 3 to 17.

Wolfville-Mud Creek Rotary Club which has donated $3,000 in support of our 2017 Summer Day Camp.

The Valley Credit Union for its generous donation towards our Camp program and its community support at our 2017 yard sale.

Royal-Lepage Atlantic - Greenwood for joining us as an Ambassador level sponsor at our 2017 Walk the Walk for Autism.

Dooly's-Greenwood/Krayze for  hosting our Karaoke Fundraiser night.

The Nova Scotia Department of Community, Culture and Heritage for funding the Planning & Networking for Transition program

The Windsor Foundation for its ongoing generous support of our summer camp program.

Rebekha Lodge - Berwick which made a very generous donation of $2,300.

We would also like to acknowledge the generous support provided by:

CFB 14 Wing - Greenwood
Family Matters Resource Centre
BlueWave Energy
Karen Beliveau and Toss for Josh
Kings Mutual Insurance
Joy-El Investments
Tim Hortons - Kingston, Greenwood
Sobeys - Greenwood
Mum's Bakery
Royal Bank of Canada
Kings County Family Resource Centre
Soldiers Memorial Hospital Auxiliary Foundation
Annapolis Valley Health
MacDonalds - Greenwood
Active Kids Healthy Kids - Eastern & Western Kings Counties
The Municipality of the County of Kings
The Municipality of the County of Annapolis
The Municiplity of West Hants
Town of Kentville
IODE - Middleton
Golding & Associates
Bad Apple Brewhouse
Village of Kingston
Credit Union Arena - Kingston
Puzzle Piece Trucking
Mid-Annapolis Valley Kinsmen Club
Middleton Lions Club
Hantsport Lions Club
Kingston Legion
Middleton Rotary Club
Berwick Masons
New Minas Lions Club
Kentville Legion
Fundy Squares
Lawrencetown Lions Club
Order of the Eastern Star - Middleton
St. Mark's Chapel - Greenwood
Atlantic Superstore - Kingston
Sobeys - New Minas
Tim Hortons - Kentville
Carleton Road Industries
Gordon Foundation for Children & Youth
Bear River Masons
Annapolis Valley Regional School Board
County Fair Mall
Greenwood Mall
Canada Summer Jobs
Nova Scotia Skills Program



  • Village of Kingston
  • KRock 89-3
  • Frank Spinney & Friends