About the Foundation

To help local children and indivduals who have autism and special needs with the cost of therapies and programs to enrich their lives.

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Pierce’s Crew believes that we can help others enhance their lives by working with other organizations and helping families connect with others.

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We have done wonders for autism including bringing awareness to our community. We are excited to help others through our programs and scholarships.

Help Families in Hancock County with Special Needs

OUR MISSION at Pierce's Crew Foundation is to raise funds to assist local families with the cost of therapies and programs to help their special family member succeed. Pierce’s Crew Foundation would not be possible without our sponsors, donors and volunteers from our community. To donate to the PCF fund, visit our donation page.

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Pierce’s Crew Scavenger Hunt!

Grab some friends and get your team together for a fun night in downtown Findlay! Maximum of 6 adults per team. Purchase your tickets now!

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A Bright Vision

History

My vision for Pierce’s Crew Foundation started because of a special boy in my life. My son, Pierce who is an incredible 12 year with autism. I was trying to find any way I could to help him with speech and social interactions. I started feeling the pinch of the cost of these therapies and programs that are not always covered by insurance. Thus began the desire to help other families who are going through the exact same thing as I was. -Heather Waite

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This could be an awesome opportunity for a family activity that is perfect for members with special needs!

Tai Chi
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Tai Chi

October 18, 2017, 6:00pm - October 25, 2017, 6:30pm

We have had several people request a TAI CHI class, so we are giving it a go! We are starting with a 6-week class. Drop in rate and full class rate available. Taught by Sensei John Paxton at Findlay M...

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Autumn wouldn’t be there without Rachael. Rachael wouldn’t think of being there without Autumn. But their story is about more than friendship. It’s a lesson in strength.

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Do you have a few things that are BLUE and YELLOW in your wardrobe that could show your support for #DownSyndromeAwareness on Oct. 20? ... See MoreSee Less

Blue & Yellow Day for Down Syndrome Awareness

October 20, 2017, 8:00am - October 20, 2017, 7:00pm

Please join us for Blue & Yellow Day! Show your support for Down Syndrome Awareness by wearing blue & yellow on October 20th. We invite everyone in the community to join in.

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NAMI of Hancock County and our VP Dionne Kinninger would like to invite everyone to their Taste and Tunes event next Friday, October 13th. Includes music, appetizers, wine tasting, 50/50 raffles, auctions and more. Register online at www.NAMIofHancock.org ... See MoreSee Less

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A sensory-friendly #HalloweenParty with lots of kids within driving distance? Yes, please! ... See MoreSee Less

All Hallows' Eve- Sensory Friendly "Take a Break Space"

October 14, 2017, 5:30pm - October 14, 2017, 8:30pm

The Autism Society of Central Ohio will once again host a sensory friendly "take a break space" in Ohio Village during All Hallows' Eve. Last year we had a great time! This event is so much fun! Come ...

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