Finally, we continue to pursue our goal of creating a community center for individuals with autism, where they may go with their support staff to enjoy every day activities including gardening, fitness, cooking, video games and more. The challenge is finding real estate within our means. If you know someone who can help, please let us know.
How do we pay for this?
First and foremost, the generous support of the Southampton Town Kiwanis and the Southampton Bath and Tennis Charitable Fund are the financial underpinnings of our camp. Without them, we'd be hard-pressed to carry on.
In addition, we are fortunate to have been selected by Sabrosa as its charity of the month in June and the Southampton Soap Company as its holiday charity.
Travis Corwin of Corwith's Jewelers in Southampton designed a beautiful necklace for FPF that was sold from April (Autism Awareness Month) through the summer. It's still available at the store on Main Street if you want to purchase one.