The Reeds Autism and Sarcoidosis Fund, Inc. will be sharing information during the Office of Community Service Volunteer Information session on Wednesday, January 31 and Thursday, February 1, 2018, in the Earl S. Richardson library Rm 119 from 3:00 pm - 4:30 pm. This information session will be about their non-stipend/ volunteer opportunity for Morgan State University students to become Collegiate Reeds Ambassadors
The Reeds Autism and Sarcoidosis Fund, Inc. improves the lives of those affected by autism and sarcoidosis worldwide. We create emotional connections by educating and engaging the community in thought-provoking discussions about these diseases and empower those affected by these diseases to advocate for themselves. By providing direct support to families affected by these diseases and alleviating financial hardships to properly run an autistic household, we help families navigate resources afforded to them. We create an accepting culture and provide the necessary tools to assist people with these disabilities worldwide from their rigid social conventions. Through our continuous, improving technology, we are able to better serve the community with advancing and producing world-class research. Across our organization and embedded in our culture are key values that guide our success: respect, open-mindedness, reliability, and teamwork. Everyday, we live by those values and exemplify our beliefs by doing business in a socially responsible way.
Thursday, February 1 at 3:00pm to 4:30pm
Earl S. Richardson Library, 119
1700 E. Cold Spring Lane, Baltimore, MD 21251
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