2015 Fundraising & Visibility

Activities Board

Asperger Works was involved in a number of activities and events aimed at making our organization known to our communities, especially Lawrence.

Asperger Works participated in the 51st Annual VFW Santa Parade in Haverhill, MA.

Asperger Works held its first successful annual fundraising dinner – DINNER OF HOPE – at the Elks Lodge in Lawrence, MA.

Bread & Roses

Asperger Works participated in the 31st Annual Bread and Roses Heritage Festival held, as always, on Labor Day.

Asperger Works joined other nonprofits and families at GLCAC’s 3rd Annual Community Resource Fair on August 12 at Campagnone Park in Lawrence.

Once more Woody, Rachael, Adam, Eva, Daniel, and Lisa found themselves on the banks of the Merrimack River advertising Asperger Works to the Lawrence Community.

Rachael, Woody, and the Rajczyk Family participated in this wonderful community event sponsored by the Greater Lawrence Community Boating Program.

The Rajczyks braved the heat and humidity of a very hot Spring day to show support for the Latino culture so prominent in Lawrence and to publicize once more Asperger Works.

Five members of Asperger Works descended with banner unfurled on Lawrence to publicize Asperger Works and to show our support for the City of Lawrence.

The Rajczyks braved the heat and humidity of a very hot Spring day to show support for the Latino culture so prominent in Lawrence and to publicize once more Asperger Works.

The 2015 St. Patrick’s Day Parade in Lawrence was supposed to have been initially held on March 7.

Members of Asperger Works, Inc. attended The Wetherbee School Community Fair, sponsored by the Wetherbee PTO, in Lawrence, MA.

Members of Asperger Works attended the Forum on Youth with ASD, sponsored by CLASS Inc. of Lawrence, a very informative event.