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Matt Anderson Fights Autism


May 13th, 2013

Matt debuts new tattoo on Twitter as a tribute to his nephew, Tristin.

In case you didn’t know, this is Matt’s 3rd tattoo.

September 16th, 2012

Exactly a year ago, American volleyball sensation Matt Anderson started his fight against Autism. After the 2012 London Olympics, Matt went on a publicity roll in his hometown and one of the highlights was this one…

Aside from becoming one of the world’s best young players, in our eyes Matt is like our knight in shining armour.

Keep up the great work Matt!

Always remember, we SUPPORT you!

September 16th, 2011

The American outside hitter has posted this message and video on his Facebook Fan Page:

“My nephew, Tristin, shows signs of autism and is making outstanding strides. Support the cause if you can.”

He also invites to watch this very powerful video about Autism with  a caption saying “We should all be so lucky to have a dad as involved, loving, and strong as Lou. This awesome dad of an autistic little girl has made a touching, informative, and inspiring tribute for his daughter. He vows to “fix” his daugther’s autism by fighting for and providing the best life possible for her.”

YOU can help fund Autism Therapies for kids in need with autism. CLICK HERE to visit The Autism Site to have your FREE click counted!

You can also make a tax deductible donation to The National Autism   Association to help pay for a speech therapy session for a child with autism. For a child with an autism spectrum disorder, successfully communicating with others – something most of us take for granted – can be a major challenge. Speech therapy can address a wide range of the types of communication problems children with autism experience. CLICK HERE to make a tax deductible donation today!

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