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Pepco Supports Friends at Eaton During Autism Awareness Month

[fa icon="calendar"] Apr 12, 2016 3:12:16 PM / by Christy Angie


April is Autism Awareness month and a true friend of the Pepco family needs all of our help to tell a great story about strength, courage, and overcoming adversity. 

Kyle Smith, the son of one of our colleagues at Eaton, has lived with autism since birth. 

Kyle is now a teenager, and what he has done recently is remarkable. 

He wrote a book called The Outdoor Kid about his experiences being a teenager who lives with autism. 

After writing the book, Kyle realized his story might reach and help more people if it were in the form of a film. 



Kyle is wasting no time making his dreams into reality, and right now he needs our help to put his story on the big screen. 

He is raising funding for the film through the crowd funding platform Kick starter. 

The fundraising effort for the movie has already begun, and Kyle is currently looking for more support.



Kyle’s goal is for the project to go viral on social media while at the same time raising money for the movie and autism awareness. 

This is a very exciting project that can make a real difference in Kyle’s life and for autism awareness worldwide. 

Please visit the link below to see a trailer of Kyle’s movie and learn more about his story and his project.

Topics: Autism Awareness, Eaton, The Outdoor Kid

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