Friendship Circle is the Favorite Special Needs Regional Resource!

Favorite Regional Resource

In case you were wondering this is no April Fool’s Joke:)

We are proud to announce that Friendship Circle is has been chosen as the About.Com Readers’ Choice Award for Favorite Special-Needs Regional Resource.

Five special-needs regional resources were selected to vie for a 2012 About.com Readers’ Choice Award. Over a 30 day period in February and March thousands of online votes were cast to decide the Favorite Special Needs Resource.

About The Contest

The contest highlight the best products, features and services across a wide variety of topics. In this years contest there were 8 special needs voting categories with Friendship Circle in the Favorite Regional Resource Category.
The Readers Choice Awards are hosted by About.Com a New York Times Company and 35th Biggest Website in the United States.

Thank You to the Friendship Circle Family

From all of the staff at Friendship Circle:  Thank you so much to our extended community of members, participants, volunteers, supporters, fans, friends and followers! It is due to your support that we have been voted the winner in the About.com Readers Choice awards.

Thank you to About.Com for hosting this contest and making us aware of some amazing special needs resources available to the Special needs community-at-large.

Here at Friendship Circle, we, with the help of our amazing 800 volunteers will continue to bring happiness and friendship into the lives of thousands of children with special needs.

Thank You! Thank You! Thank You!

The Competition: Great Special Needs Resources

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Fitness for Health

Tzvi

Written on 2012/04/01 by:

Tzvi

Tzvi Schectman is the Family Coordinator for the Friendship Circle of Michigan and the Editor of the the Friendship Circle Blog. You can connect with Tzvi on LinkedIn and Google+
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