Date: Saturday, May 6, 2017Location: Chickasaw Bricktown Ballpark
2 S. Mickey Mantel Dr. OKC, OK 73104
5K Registration: 6:30am (will close at 7:45am)
Resource Fair: 7:30am
5K: 8am (NO Late starts permitted)
Closing Ceremony: 10:30am
Piece Walk: Free
5K: On line registration
Please park in the Chevy Bricktown Events Center parking lot or the garage that is located just North of the ballpark.
Please enter down town from the East or North of Bricktown from the Sheraton Exit.
We ask of this due to the March of Dimes event coinciding with the PieceWalk this will make traffic and parking much quicker and easier to get in and out.
To make a donation by Credit Card simply go to your selected team page and make the donation.
To make donations by check please make check out to AutismOklahoma and mail to:
13919-B North May Ave #106
OKC, OK 73134
(Please enclose a note to which team the donation to be posted to)
Why does the PieceWalk make a difference?
The PieceWalk was born to give Oklahoma families affected by autism a day of togetherness, a day to support awareness in our state, and a means to support Oklahoma autism programs. With over 7,500 walkers and 700 runners participating in the event each year, it is the largest autism event in our state. Year after year we hear what a difference it makes to our local Oklahoma families to have a day of our own where no one is judged and melt downs are expected and not frowned upon. The PieceWalk Resource Fair provides a way for families to learn about autism supports, therapies, products, and services that are offered in our state. And most importantly, the event includes entertainment for everyone with face-painting, fun characters, music, and activity tables.There is something for everyone!
The Big Question – What Do We Do With The Money Raised by the PieceWalk?
100% of the PieceWalk funds are used to benefit Oklahoman residents affected by autism.
The goal of the PieceWalk is to fund projects in Oklahoma that will improve awareness, education, and quality of life for families and individuals affected by autism. We have a significant grass roots network of families who are involved with us to help their loved ones. Autism Oklahoma has experienced exponential growth over the past several years. Last year, we targeted our programs to impact individuals, hundreds of people and thousands of people with our clubs, summer camps, parent support groups, and outreach programs. We are committed to providing a platform for families to help each other and will remain true to our goals and mission of serving Oklahomans affected by autism. You can learn about all our programs on our website, www.AutismOklahoma.org.
AutismOklahoma.org is a statewide 501c3 organization that is primarily funded by donations.