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I Have Autism, Got Accepted Into College And Am Now Pursuing a Degree in Journalism

This guest post is by Abigail Chang, a 21-year-old adult on the autism spectrum. Abigail is currently a college student at Cal State Long Beach and is pursuing a Bachelor's degree in Journalism with a double minor of Information System [...]

By |March 2nd, 2017|Uncategorized|Comments Off on I Have Autism, Got Accepted Into College And Am Now Pursuing a Degree in Journalism

Six Students with Autism Receive Scholarships for College in 2016

Kerry Magro, an adult with autism and Founder/President of KFM Making a Difference (a New Jersey based non-profit corporation), announced his organization’s award of college scholarships to six young adults with autism; Talia Anderson, Chris Fegley, Leora Robbins, Spencer Agabiti, [...]

By |January 6th, 2016|Uncategorized|1 Comment

Spring 2016 Autism Scholarship Application Opens

This is the press release for our autism scholarship program for 2016. If you would like us to email you a copy of this to share with others please feel free to email us at KFMMakingADifference@gmail.com! “KFM Making a Difference”, [...]

By |January 2nd, 2016|Uncategorized|Comments Off on Spring 2016 Autism Scholarship Application Opens

2015 in Review: 7 Students with Autism Receive Scholarship Aid for College

Thanks to the generous donations of members in our community we were able to reward 7 scholarships to students with autism for college in 2015. This was part of our Spring 2015 Making a Difference for Autism Scholarship Program which is [...]

By |December 30th, 2015|Uncategorized|Comments Off on 2015 in Review: 7 Students with Autism Receive Scholarship Aid for College

Children with Autism Invited to Meet Santa in a Sensory-Friendly Setting!

Thanks to JC Funraisers and KFM Making a Difference, there will be a sensory-friendly event for children with autism to meet Santa in Jersey City, New Jersey! On December 5 and 6th from 10-5 PM at Jersey City Museum, come [...]

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