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Flying Point Foundation Will Have New Home Base at SYS

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SYS Executive Director Scott Johnson and Flying Point Foundation Executive Director Kim Covell at SYS in Southampton. The Flying Point Foundation for Autism recently signed a lease for a 1,500-square-foot space at the center off Majors Path in Southampton, where it will host programming and be a safe space for youth and young adults with autism.

SYS Executive Director Scott Johnson and Flying Point Foundation Executive Director Kim Covell at SYS in Southampton. The Flying Point Foundation for Autism recently signed a lease for a 1,500-square-foot space at the center off Majors Path in Southampton, where it will host programming and be a safe space for youth and young adults with autism.

authorCailin Riley on Feb 1, 2023
For the past six years, the Flying Point Foundation for Autism has been looking for a place to call home. It finally found one. In January, the foundation signed a... more

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