December Newsletter

Dear Friends,

2018 has been a whirlwind year for us here at Apraxia Kids with so much change and progress, but we are reminded every day of how grateful we are for our outstanding community of supporters like you! I cannot say thank you enough for your patience, feedback, support, and generosity as we’ve worked so hard to move our organization forward.

Before we can start our holiday celebrations, we are excited to begin our Volunteer Outreach Coordinator program! In just a few days, we will be welcoming our first cohort to Pittsburgh for an initial training. We’ve spent the whole year planning for this initiative, one that will hopefully grow into the future. You can learn a bit more here, but keep an eye out in 2019 for updates on their work!

We wrapped another successful 2018 Walk for Apraxia season with two wonderful events in Jacksonville and Orlando. Thank you to all those who were involved this year, especially our volunteer Walk Coordinators who continue to inspire us all with their dedication.

We’re excited for all that 2019 will hold including our new website, webinar platform, and store. These are critical updates that will allow us to serve more families and serve them better than ever before.Please consider a year-end, tax-deductible gift that will help us to improve and update all of our services.

On behalf of each family impacted by childhood apraxia of speech, I thank you for your continued commitment to Apraxia Kids and wish you a joyous holiday season.

Happy Holidays,

Angela Grimm

Executive Director

Dear Friends,

2018 has been a whirlwind year for us here at Apraxia Kids with so much change and progress, but we are reminded every day of how grateful we are for our outstanding community of supporters like you! I cannot say thank you enough for your patience, feedback, support, and generosity as we’ve worked so hard to move our organization forward.

Before we can start our holiday celebrations, we are excited to begin our Volunteer Outreach Coordinator program! In just a few days, we will be welcoming our first cohort to Pittsburgh for an initial training. We’ve spent the whole year planning for this initiative, one that will hopefully grow into the future. You can learn a bit more here, but keep an eye out in 2019 for updates on their work!

We wrapped another successful 2018 Walk for Apraxia season with two wonderful events in Jacksonville and Orlando. Thank you to all those who were involved this year, especially our volunteer Walk Coordinators who continue to inspire us all with their dedication.

We’re excited for all that 2019 will hold including our new website, webinar platform, and store. These are critical updates that will allow us to serve more families and serve them better than ever before.Please consider a year-end, tax-deductible gift that will help us to improve and update all of our services.

On behalf of each family impacted by childhood apraxia of speech, I thank you for your continued commitment to Apraxia Kids and wish you a joyous holiday season.

Happy Holidays,

Angela Grimm

Executive Director



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