Click here for: Leap for Autism 2019
Date: Saturday, April 29
Location: Gardiner, NY
Venue: Skydive the Ranch
**Please note: The event is weather-dependent – rain and wind. So, BEFORE you leave for the Ranch, please call: 845-452-5772 to ensure that there hasn’t been a cancellation. There will be a recorded message if anything has changed. Also, check out Facebook for updates!**
Autism Spectrum Disorder affects 1 in 68 American children (1 in 42 boys)!
Greystone Programs is dedicated to supporting children, adults and families living with Autism and other developmental disabilities by enriching lives one person at a time.
We offer a variety of services to over 500 children, adults and seniors each year. Funding is through the NYS Office for People with Developmental Disabilities. However, Greystone offers vital services for which there is no funding. These include a range of therapeutic expressive arts – including music, art, dance, equine therapies and other services.
We are so dedicated to enriching the lives of our individuals that we are willing to leap from a plane to raise awareness and funds!
“My brother has been the fortunate recipient of the collective efforts of a cadre of angels and saints, cleverly disguised as human beings. They are all devoted to seeing that he is living his highest and best life.” – Sister of Greystone resident
On SATURDAY, APRIL 22 dozens of daring individuals will take to the sky for an exhilarating adventure of a lifetime. Their participation and your generous support will help Greystone Programs, Inc. provide life-enriching programs to children, adults and families with Autism and other developmental disabilities.
Fun, Festivities, and Freefall - Music, Food and Beer! Something for everyone - in the air or on the ground!
If you have any questions or just want to chat about jumping out of a plane for a great cause, feel free to reach out to Sara Greenberg-Hoye, Greystone Programs' Director of Development, 845.452.5772 ext. 119, firstname.lastname@example.org.
A Note for Scheduled Skydivers: Tandem jumpers must be at least 18 years old and weigh less than 225 pounds. Tandem jumpers will be harnessed to an experienced skydiving professional. In order to participate, both the Greystone AND Skydive the Ranch waivers must be signed and brought to the day of the jump. Each skydiver must reach the minimum $500 fundraising goal in order to cover the cost of skydiving.
Every skydiver will receive a FREE T-shirt to proudly announce your bravery!
1st 10 people to register will receive: A limited-edition Greystone growler1st Team to register - each participant will receive: A Greystone Programs and Gold's Gym mixed swag bag
Highest personal fundraiser will receive: 2 free tickets to our annual wine tasting event September 10 at The Grandview
Highest Fundraising Team will receive: A gift certificate to Gold's Gym Dutchess County
Fundraisers who raise $1000 will receive: their choice of either a Greystone Fleece or Jacket
Fundraisers who raise $1500 will receive: a free video of your skydive AND their choice of a Greystone Fleece or Jacket
1st 10 people to register will receive: A limited-edition Greystone growler
1st Team to register - each participant will receive: A Greystone Programs and Gold's Gym mixed swag bag
Ground Virtual Skydiver who raise $500 will receive: a pair of 3D VR Headset with Remote Controller
Highest personal fundraiser will receive: A gift certificate to Nic L Inn Bistro and Wine Bar
Highest Fundraising Team will receive: a gift certificate for dinner at West Main Bar & Kitchen
Fundraiser who raises $1,000 will receive: their choice of either a Greystone Fleece or Jacket
Fundraisers who raise $1,500 will receive: a free video of your skydive and their choice of a Greystone Fleece or Jacket
Fundraisers who raise over $2,000 will receive: a pair of 3D VR Headset with Remote Controller, their choice of either a Greystone Fleece or Jacket, and if you are a skydiver – a free video of your skydive
Greystone Programs has been providing exceptional services and life-enriching opportunities for children, adults, and families living with autism and other developmental disabilities since 1979.
Today, Greystone serves more than 600 people in five Hudson Valley counties. Greystone offers residential group homes, day habilitation, community habilitation, after school and school break programs, respite, in-home behavior therapy, SURPASS Social Skills Training and a Bridges to Health program for children in foster care with developmental disabilities.