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Full Spectrum

Build Bricks, Help Kids



FULL SPECTRUM is our annual 24-hour LEGO Fan marathon to raises money to help Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD) support groups and in particular raise awareness of the proven power of LEGO play therapies  to help kids impacted by ASDs.

This year’s event begins at 8 a.m. on the 1st April 2012 and ends on World Autism Awareness Day (April 2). Each participant is asked to raise money by recruiting LEGO Fans and seeking sponsorship for each hour of the LEGO marathon they complete. How much fun can you have while helping kids.

We will hook you up with your local ASD charity and LEGO Fan group.  If your local ASD support group has no registered with us yet - make sure they do soon. Just have them send an email to info@asdaid.org asking to be included in the 2012 event.

Site registration will open in January 2012 and you can set up a profile for other to see and donate to.


FULL SPECTRUM - Build Brick, Help Kids


It is so easy to help; just have a few friends over at home and break out the LEGO tub, DVDs and LEGO theme games and start playing! Or maybe try something totally epic; have your crew set up a massive train layout, build a robot soccer team, create an giant mural  - use your inner creative spark.

Go beyond your friends and involve your school, your work,  or even seek a corporate sponsor to help you break one of the LEGO world records (you’ll need lost of bricks!).

If you can’t play for the full 24 hours on 1st April 2012 - get in early and start building and playing BEFORE the event. The important thing is to take your passion for LEGO and make a commitment to help your local ASD charity.

All we ask is that you sends us pics and stories to inspire others so we can get even more people to join in the fun.

Play Well

Rob Deakin

Founder, ASD Aid