Applications for the Jonathan Daniel Stone Fund are open.
The fund can be used to assist children who have been diagnosed with autism and/or who have other diverse abilities.
The fund can be used for, but is not limited to: recreational activities, educational workshops for parents and siblings, advocacy, vocation and life skills development, assistive devices and equipment that promote and facilitate learning or communication.
Each year, two recipients are chosen to receive up to $1,500 each.
This fund celebrates the life of Jonathan Daniel Stone. Daniel was a child who had autism, and died suddenly at the age of 11 in May of 2013. He was a student at Indian Creek Road Public School in Chatham. Daniel loved to cook, swim, and spend time with his family at the beach.
For more information, visit clc-k.ca.
Applications will be accepted until noon on Dec. 23.