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About This Radio Ad

Sarah Greichen's twin brother has an Autism Spectrum Disorder. She says he didn't have any friends in school and that's why she started the nonprofit "Score A Friend." Sarah believes if we all extend our love and kindness to include everyone from all walks of life, we can help people like her brother succeed and thrive. Pass It on!

Inclusion. Pass It On!

This radio ad about Inclusion features Sarah Greichen and the song "Brother" by NEEDTOBREATHE.


Live Read for Radio Stations

Inclusion is just walking up to someone and being yourself. Inclusion. Let's pass it on like 18 year old Sarah Greichen. My twin brother Jacob has an Austism spectrum disorder. He didn't have any friends. So Sarah took action. She started "Score A Friend". Including people with differences is the right thing to do. Inclusion is in you. Now pass it on from Passiton.com

Stations: Thank you for using the Live Read copy and airing the pre-recorded PSAs—we are happy to make these messages available for you and your listeners. Please note that The Foundation for a Better Life does not sponsor any type of program. Therefore, we ask that when using the Live Read copy or the PSAs please avoid language that indicates any sponsorship. We would appreciate your using the phrase: "This message is a courtesy of The Foundation for a Better Life at Pass It On.com."

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COMMENTS


Debbie Covert from Levittown, PA AUGUST 30, 2018
Hi my name is Debbie. I just saw your ad on TV and i broke down crying. This is really about my daughter. When she was in 1st grade a non verbal autistic boy named Ryan came into her class every morning. He would only stay for about 15 min with his support teacher. She would come home and talk about him. She would eventually (after pulling many strings) eat her lunch with him in his classroom. She made everyone like him. I was told that he would light up when he saw her. When they went on to middle school he was transferred to a different school and she lost touch with him.. 4 years later she still talks about him. Thank you for sharing your story.

Alex loveless from Greenville Tn JULY 13, 2018
Hi I'm Alex,and I have,autism spectrum disorder,and I got bullied,a lot and that,used,to make fun of my,weight

julie Whitfield from Cypress, tx APRIL 4, 2018
What a blessing this.. it’s winderful to see someone empowering everyone else.. my youngest son has Down syndrome and I want him to have as normal life that he can❤️❤️❤️

Shawn Phillips Latter-Day Soul Radio from Utah DECEMBER 10, 2017
Wonderful!!! We all benefit when we care about others.

Nancy from NJ DECEMBER 1, 2017
I like that Sarah started Score A Friend but I did not know that Jacob had an Autism Spectrum Disorder