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Our Accomplishments and Future Goals

The G-Man Foundation sponsored an animal adventure experience for children on the spectrum.  4 iPads with protective covers were purchased and donated to the CSA (Classroom for Students with Autism) at the Pawtucketville Memorial Elementary School.  The Foundation also sponsored a social afternoon of gymnastics for children on the spectrum. 

The G-Man Foundation hosted an Autism Awareness Night at the Lowell Spinners baseball game in July, 2013.  The Foundation gave away approximately 75 tickets to children on the Autism Spectrum as well as their families.  The Foundation also hosted a meet and greet event with the Lowell Spinners baseball players during a Special Education summer school session. 

The G-Man Foundation has partnered with Matthew Stahl and Saul Rodriguez and has recently published a children's book.  Goodnight Gavin, I Love You is dedicated to raising autism awareness.  It is a story book where children are encouraged to find a hidden key within each illustration and learn about autism spectrum disorder.  Goodnight Gavin, I Love You can be purchased on authorhouse.com, amazon.com, and barnes&noble.com.  You may also purchase a book from the Foundation.  All proceeds go directly to the G-Man Foundation.  

The G-Man Foundation has created autism awareness kits.  These kits consist of activities that will help with understanding and awareness of autism.  A "Celebrating our Differences" curriculum was also created by the Foundation.  The kits and curriculum have been used by several schools in the Greater Lowell area.  

Our 2014 goals consist of creating additional autism awareness kits to be used by local schools, autism awareness social events, autism friendly fire prevention program, mini grant program, and additional donation of iPads.