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  • April
    13

    SAAAC 2.0

    By: saaac-master

    It has been a long time coming: a creative, comprehensive website that outlined the purpose of the South Asian Autism Awareness Centre that gave a greater understanding of Autism.   Designed by Prasanna Kugananthan, endearingly called Pras around these parts, the new look www.saaac.org was a vital contribution to SAAAC as it presented a greater ability to Read More…

  • April
    10

    Portraits of Autism: Photo Documentary

    By: saaac-master

    Written By: Vipoositha Gnanenthra I still remember the very first fundraising event hosted by SAAAC at the Ontario Science Centre. It was an intimate crowd, with around 200 supporters and families.  Having witnessed the organization grow over the past few years, I realized words cannot describe what this organization does for its families. How do you Read More…

  • March
    8

    Radiant Night Gala 2012 Raffle Prize Winners

    By: saaac-master

    Congratulations to all our Raffle Winners at Radiant Night Gala 2012!

  • March
    8

    An Ode to the Community

    By: saaac-master

    The old adage that “it takes a village to raise a child” reverberated throughout the halls of the Scarborough Convention Centre this past Saturday at SAAAC’s Radiant Night Gala. From volunteers that spent hours setting up centerpieces and a hall that bent over backwards to accommodate; to a community that came out in droves to Read More…

  • March
    4

    SAAAC Promo Video

    By: saaac-master

    Amazing night last night- and Butterfly Squad’s outstanding work kicked it all off. Thanks Ramesh and Dolly.

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