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Food Network “Lights It Up Blue” for Autism Today

by in Events, April 2nd, 2014

Food Network Notice something different on Food Network this morning? Today, Food Network and Cooking Channel are participating in the Autism Speaks: Light It Up Blue campaign, an annual global initiative that raises awareness about the growing public health concern that is autism. That means we’re taking our logos you see on television and turning them blue for a day.

Autism Awareness Day has partners in 100 cities across North America and 40 countries around the world — and they’ll all turn iconic landmarks blue for the day (like New York City’s Empire State Building), as well as colleges, hotels, sporting venues, museums and bridges.

Food Network invites you to Light It Up Blue today: find out how here.

Food Network “Lights It Up Blue” for Autism Today

by in News, April 2nd, 2013

Autism Speaks: Light It Up Blue Campaign
Notice something different on Food Network this morning? Today, Food Network and Cooking Channel are participating in the Autism Speaks: Light It Up Blue campaign, an annual global initiative that raises awareness about the growing public health concern that is autism. That means we’re taking our logos you see on television and turning them blue for a day.

Autism Awareness Day has partners in 180 cities and 35 countries around the world — they’ll all turn iconic landmarks blue for the day, including New York City’s Empire State Building, Egypt’s Great Pyramids and Sydney’s Opera House.

Food Network invites you to Light It Up Blue today: find out how here.

Food Network “Lights It Up Blue” for Autism Today

by in Events, April 2nd, 2012

autism awarenessNotice something different on Food Network this morning? Today, Food Network and Cooking Channel are participating in the Autism Speaks: Light It Up Blue campaign, an annual global initiative that raises awareness about the growing public health concern that is autism. That means they’re taking the logos you see on television and turning them blue for one day.

“Autism impacts an estimated 1 in every 110 children in the United States, and through the extraordinary support of such wide-ranging cable television networks we are raising awareness and building support by delivering an important message about autism to millions of people watching television today,” said Robert Wright, co-founder of Autism Speaks, in a press release.

Autism Awareness Day has partners in 180 cities and 35 countries around the world — they’ll all turn iconic landmarks blue for the day, including New York City’s Empire State Building.

Food Network invites you to Light It Up Blue today. Find out how here.