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You know you have piles of dusty CDs and DVDs somewhere in your house. You’ve long since converted everything to digital, so now what do you do with all those jewel cases? Donate them, of course!

CDSweep (www.cdsweep.com) launches today as an easy way to do a clean sweep of all your unwanted CDs and DVDs and help fund critical autism research. Just box up all of your old discs, ship them free with prepaid FedEx labels, and for each disc received a donation will be made to ASF.

Go to www.CDSweep.com, enter the amount of discs you’d like to send, and you’ll be emailed a prepaid FedEx label to ship them all for free. Your donation is tax-deductible and provides funding directly to scientists conducting innovative autism research and supports the needs of people with autism and their families. Each disk will be valued at up to 50 cents each! You can even request that your CDs be digitized and sent back to you as MP3s for free.

A HUGE THANK YOU goes to the volunteer committee who put this project together. Thank you team!

Jason Roth, Founder
Ken Waagner, Smartley-Dunn Solutions, Ltd.
Seth Mnookin, author, “The Panic Virus”
Debbi Dougherty-Roth, ad:tech
Sarah Wefald, graphic designer
Kris Schrey, iPodmeister

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Doctors care for us in our time of need. They work nights, weekends and holidays. They spend years preparing for careers of service and healing. Their focus is on you and your family.

Say “thank you” to the remarkable doctors in your life and show them how much you value their commitment to your family’s good health. Make a donation in their honor on National Doctors’ Day to express your gratitude. (more…)

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Yesterday the Scarsdale High School Autism Science Foundation Student Club held a Halloween-themed bake sale. The group raised awareness about autism, as well as $480 to support much needed research on what causes autism and how best to treat it. 1 in 110 individuals is now diagnosed with an autism spectrum disorder. These students are leading the way in creating a more compassionate community for individuals with autism. 

Pictured: (l-r) Jackie Sharlach, Lauren Alin, Alexandra Levine, Claire D’Silva, Adam Rolison, Rachel Kushnick and Andrea Quartner

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