Is there a better way to spend a fall day than going for a beautiful walk along the beach then getting together with family, friends and members of the community for food, fun and football... and all for a great cause? This is what our annual Walk Event is all about, and an official walk t-shirt and free lunch buffet are included in your ticket price of only $35! 

It all takes place on Sunday, November 3, starting with registration at Leggett's, a no-pressure 1-mile walk on the boardwalk, followed by a post-event celebration at Leggett's. Registration starts at 11:00 a.m. and tickets are only $35 ($20 for students, $10 for kids 12 and under) and can be purchased via our Eventbrite page.

Please join us for this fun, family-friendly event as we raise money for the Autism Program Improvement Project and our Scholarship Program for students enrolled in Monmouth University's Department of Education who are pursuing a career to work with those on the autism spectrum.

So come out and join us as we Walk on the Boardwalk and have a post-event celebration of fun, family, friends, food and watching NFL football at Leggett's! This event is generously supported by Circle Hyundai and Leggett's

Can't make the event? Please consider making a donation in any amount via our donation page. 

If you work for a company that is interested in sponsoring the event, please contact Keith Green via kgreen @ or at 732-870-7977. Sponsorship levels are available at $5,000, $3,500, $2,500, $1,000 and $500 and go a long way to raising money for our programs.  Please keep in mind that Autism MVP is an all-volunteer organization. We do not have any paid full or part-time employees! Our mission and programs and a labor of love for our board members and volunteers.  Thank you!


Fourth Annual Walk Event Set for Sunday, November 4 2018 at Manasquan Boardwalk

*Post-event celebration at Leggett's Sandbar with free buffet included in price of Walk ticket*

The fourth annual Autism MVP Foundation Walk Event is set for Sunday, November 4 at the Manasquan Boardwalk in Manasquan, New Jersey! Thanks to our venue partner, Leggett's Sand Bar, there will be a free food buffet (drinks not included) immediately following the Walk as part of your registration. (Be sure to stay and join us for Sunday football!). Registration will begin at 11:00 a.m. and the no-pressure, 1-mile walk will start at Noon. Registration is $35 for adults, $20 for students and $10 for children 12 and under. Walk-up registrations are welcome.  

To register for the event, please visit our Eventbrite page: Autism MVP Foundation Fourth Annual Walk Event

All proceeds will benefit our programs, including the ground breaking Autism Program Improvement Project, which is led by Monmouth University's Department of Education.  That program, which is now in its third year, provides enhanced training to area public school teachers and paraprofessionals who have students with autism. This is the only known program of its kind in the country where in-school, autism-focused training is provided at no cost to a district or teachers. Proceeds will also benefit our newly-formed scholarship program with Monmouth University's Department of Education. Scholarships will be awarded to exemplary graduate students who are pursuing a career to work with individuals on the autism spectrum.  

A special thanks to Platinum Sponsor Circle BMW, as well as Circle Hyundai, Hackensack Meridian Health K. Hovanian Children's Hospital, The Allied Group and WRAT 95.9 FM which have already committed to sponsoring the event. We are still seeking other companies to support the event to make it even bigger and better than our first three years!
Anyone interested in sponsoring the event should call Keith Green at 732-870-7977 or contact him via email at kgreen AT autismmvp dot org.  We are also always seeking volunteers to assist our organization. All of us are volunteers and any help in event planning, digital marketing, sponsorship outreach, finance and business planning is greatly appreciated! 

Thanks to the generous support of area businesses and members of the local community, the Autism MVP Foundation raised more than $21,000 at its fourth annual "Brewing Awareness for Autism" on Friday, April 26.

Food, drink, dancing and live music from classic rock cover band King’s Highway kept the energy up all night long at the Salt Creek Grille in Rumson. The night’s activities also included great auction items to bid on, including a gallery of photos taken by young students with autism called “Through a Different Lens.”

In addition to all of those who attended or made a donation around the event, the night was made possible by sponsors Circle BMW, Circle Hyundai, Hackensack Meridian Health,  Barger & Gaines, Wegman’s of Ocean and 94.3 FM The Point, as well as a generous donation from Jimmy's Kids. 

All proceeds benefited the Autism MVP Foundation’s initiatives, including the Autism Program Improvement Project and our scholarship program, both with Monmouth University.

Through the foundation’s scholarship program, three graduate students in Monmouth’s School of Education each received $2,500 scholarships in 2018-19.  This year’s recipients were Jennifer Blair, Emily Bloodgood and Joseph Tonetti. Each student is dedicated to pursuing a career to enhance educational, social and daily-life skill outcomes for individuals who have autism.

Our all-volunteer organization is looking to grow both of these programs, so if you could not attend the event but would still like to make a donation, please visit our fundraising page.

Also, be sure to keep an eye out for details on our 5th annual Walk Event, which is set for Sunday, November 3.  

Thank you for your interest and support!


​​Inaugural Sunday with Santa is set Sunday, December 16 at Circle Hyundai

News and Events


The Autism MVP Foundation’s fourth annual "Brewing Awareness for Autism" event is set for Friday, April 26, 2019! Tickets are only $65 and are sale now via our Eventbrite page.

This year the event will be held in a cool, new location (on the water at the Salt Creek Grille in Rumson, NJ) and due to popular demand, there will be an open bar for a portion of the evening! The event runs from 7:30-10:30 pm. Here are the details:

7:30-9:30 p.m. Buffet dinner and open bar (house beer and wine)
7:30-10:00 p.m. Live music from Kings Highway and silent auction
10:15 p.m. Silent auction item winners announced
9:30-10:30 p.m. Dessert/coffee/tea

Come join us for a fun night of food, drink and dancing as we raise money to help us make advances in the field of autism education! Self-parking and valet parking are free.

 All proceeds support the foundation's initiatives, including the groundbreaking Autism Program Improvement Project led by Monmouth University and our scholarship program. If you can't make the event, but would still like to support our cause, please visit our donation page.

Interested in joining our other great community partners like Circle Hyundai, Circle BMW, Barger and Gaines,  94.3 FM The PointWegman's (Ocean) and sponsoring the event or contributing a silent auction item? Contact Keith Green at 732-870-7977 or kgreen at autismmvp dot org.

 Thanks and we hope to see you on April 26!

Our inaugural "Sunday with Santa" event  is set for Sunday, December 16 from 11:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m. This sensory-friendly event will be hosted by our friends at Circle Hyundai in Shrewsbury, NJ. For only $5 per person, you can have you and your family's photo with Santa and Mrs. Claus. There will be light refreshments and a Christmas Craft station for the kids. Tickets for this event are on sale now via Eventbrite: Sunday with Santa

If you or your company is interested in sponsoring the event or donating an item for baskets, please contact Keith Green via kgreen at autismmvp dot org or at 732-870-7977.

If you are unable to make the event, but still wish to contribute to our mission as the holiday season approaches, please keep us in mind for Giving Tuesday, year-end deductions or recurring gifts.  Donations can be made via PayPalor by mail to P.O. Box 365, Little Silver, NJ 07739. Donations in any amount are greatly appreciated. 

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