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09-Feb-2015

WODsim for AUTISM

About five years ago I went to an event hosted by Sean Dickson (owner of Riverchase CrossFit). This event was called Backpack for Buddies and was held at a local park on a Saturday afternoon. Sean and a select few set up a tent and then did a day-long, grueling workout as people came by to watch and make donations for this charity. My three boys were caught up in it also, very proud of their donations as they handed each can of vegetables one at a time to the lady who was collecting them. It was obvious to me that my youngest two wanted to jump in and start working out with them. They watched with respect as these strong guys worked through their grinding workout for a good cause and as I stood there next to them, I was inspired. read more...

01-Jan-2015

New Year Resolutions

You have gathered all the torn open wrapping paper, finally gotten all those toys put together and even managed to free the $5 toys from their boxes that required your tool box to do so. It must mean that Christmas has come and gone, thank goodness! This is the time to sit and reflect over the past year, good and bad and look to the new one read more...

30-Dec-2014

Tom Colicchio sits down with KultureCity

Tom Colicchio is an American celebrity chef. He co-founded the Gramercy Tavern in New York City, and formerly served as a co-owner and as the executive chef. He is also the founder of Craft and Colicchio & Sons restaurants. Colicchio is the recipient of five James Beard Foundation Medals for cooking accomplishments. He has been the head judge on every season of Bravo reality TV show Top Chef. Colicchio has been a featured chef on Great Chefs Television. read more...

28-Dec-2014

Food and Autism

What affect does food have on children suffering from autism? In this special feature program, Heritage Radio Network and Kulture City, an organization that provides a place of acceptance and support for all autism families, explore the role of diet in mitigating the impacts of autism's symptoms. Hear from doctors, parents and specialists in this in-depth documentary. read more...

25-Dec-2014

YES VIRGINIA, THERE IS A SANTA CLAUS!

Hello everyone. Hope you don’t mind a story. My name is Michael Miller and I run the Toys AUcross America Project for Kulturecity. I started this project on Facebook last July. My son and I send toys all across the USA to children on the Autism Spectrum. Just to put a smile on their face, if only for a minute, an hour, a day or a lifetime. read more...

24-Dec-2014

The Simple Child

Six kids in our family growing up, we were close in age and very poor, funny thing was, we didn’t know it! I don’t remember many toys, but certainly nothing was electronic. There was one TV in the house that got three channels, which didn’t matter to us, the TV belonged to mom and dad so they ruled it, we got not vote! Our house had one phone, with eight people sharing it, none of us grew up liking to talk on the phone. As teenagers if we wanted privacy on the phone we could stretch the cord to reach to our ‘screaming closet’, sneak in there and close the door and talk until you got caught. Of course if anyone had told us about phones that you would one day carry in your pocket that could surf something called the ‘internet’ we would have thought you were crazy! read more...

  • 09-Feb-2015

    WODsim for AUTISM

    About five years ago I went to an event hosted by Sean Dickson (owner of Riverchase CrossFit). This event was called Backpack for Buddies and was held at a local park on a Saturday afternoon. Sean and a select few set up a tent and then did a day-long, grueling workout as people came by to watch and make donations for this charity. My three boys were caught up in it also, very proud of their donations as they handed each can of vegetables one at a time to the lady who was collecting them. It was obvious to me that my youngest two wanted to jump in and start working out with them. They watched with respect as these strong guys worked through their grinding workout for a good cause and as I stood there next to them, I was inspired. read more...

  • 01-Jan-2015

    New Year Resolutions

    You have gathered all the torn open wrapping paper, finally gotten all those toys put together and even managed to free the $5 toys from their boxes that required your tool box to do so. It must mean that Christmas has come and gone, thank goodness! This is the time to sit and reflect over the past year, good and bad and look to the new one read more...

  • 30-Dec-2014

    Tom Colicchio sits down with KultureCity

    Tom Colicchio is an American celebrity chef. He co-founded the Gramercy Tavern in New York City, and formerly served as a co-owner and as the executive chef. He is also the founder of Craft and Colicchio & Sons restaurants. Colicchio is the recipient of five James Beard Foundation Medals for cooking accomplishments. He has been the head judge on every season of Bravo reality TV show Top Chef. Colicchio has been a featured chef on Great Chefs Television. read more...

  • 28-Dec-2014

    Food and Autism

    What affect does food have on children suffering from autism? In this special feature program, Heritage Radio Network and Kulture City, an organization that provides a place of acceptance and support for all autism families, explore the role of diet in mitigating the impacts of autism's symptoms. Hear from doctors, parents and specialists in this in-depth documentary. read more...

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  • Kulture City is a non-profit organization that truly cares for the children They understand the issues that the children are going through. They listen to the parents about the needs of their child. They then help the parents to obtain the needed items that will help that child to get through their day, the school day or their night. Which in turn helps the whole family function easier. Kulture City is definitely a God-send. Other organizations should take a good look at themselves then follow in Kulture City’s footsteps!

    wrinkles08

  • KultureCity is like no other organization I know. EVERYTHING they do is to serve the families they support. I am a single mother and things can be very hard. I have very little help locally, knowing that there is a group of people out there who truly care and want to offer support is inspiring. Matter of fact, I have had direct dealings with Michael and he has inspired me to reach out in my community locally. I am unable to offer financial aid, but I do volunteer at local fund raising events, and I am a parent support. I have witnessed the incredible impact one person can make. I don’t feel so alone when I see organizations working so tirelessly in ensuring families have the support they need. I see this to be true of KultureCity. I will be forever for being a recipient of their generosity. This can be a hard road to travel…this world is not accommodating to those with ASD. To see KultureCity work so hard to ensure children are provided the tools needed to make their life just a bit easier is heartwarming. Not only do they work tirelessly to provide devices for children, they offer moral encouragement and support to families. I hope that they are around for years to come. I will do what I can to make that happen.

    kaydell L

  • Thank you Kulture City for the ipad! Since the day we met and learned of KC we have been blessed. The local organizations don’t really do much, but you guys are so different! A night out, spectacular bond, a special needs friendly Halloween event and now an ipad! Wow! You guys are about giving and doing instead of just talking and it’s awesome!!! Thank you again for your endless generosity and constant support!!!! I can’t wait to see what you have planned for 2015!!

    angela s

  • I have two children on the spectrum, both diagnosed this year…(after years of incorrect diagnosis)…All I can say is I am beyond grateful that was introduced to KultureCity. I have only been on this sight for a couple of months and have seen this organization truly give 100 percent back to the community. I have watched as they have blessed families and children in the autism community. I feel like we are all family here, there is no bashing and everything done is for the uplifting of our kids. (And when they are uplifted, we the parents/guardians cant help but to be uplifted as well) If I hadn’t connected to this Ausome group, I would not have learned to advocate for my own children, but seeing that this group cares so much…it has empowered me to speak up not only for my two, but others as well. I don’t honestly know that I could have done that on my own, but it is definitely something to be connected to so many others that are of one mind and one accord. Truly there is strength and power in Unity and I am just honored to be part of this Amazing organization.

    val da angel b

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