The Anova Phoenix Campaign:
Our non-profit school for children with autism has been destroyed by fire. Please help us rise from the ashes.
The Anova Center for Education, Sonoma County's only nonprofit school for children living with autism was demolished by the wildfires that are ravaging Northern California. Thankfully, none of the school's students were injured in the fire, but the blaze now leaves 120 students ranging from 5 to 22 years old without a school.
All donations will go toward rebuilding our K-12 classrooms, transition program, occupational therapy equipment, and many other specialized needs of our students. We are more than just a school, we offer an environment where our students can thrive academically, socially, and emotionally.
In addition to losing our entire campus and all of its contents, we spent two years raising $75,000 for a playground structure that was delivered a few days before the fire and burned to the ground in a box.
We will rise from the ashes and need your help to rebuild our beloved school. Please donate to our Go Fund Me Phoenix Campaign. All donations are appreciated and thank you for your support.
For more information about Anova, please go to: https://www.anovaeducation.org