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Show Me Romey Foundation

Empowering autistic children and their families to know they are enough!



Show Me Romey Foundation is dedicated to providing education, support, and resources to autistic children and their families. Our mission is to ignite acceptance in our community and empower autistic children and their families to know that they are enough.

Our Story

Hello-my name is Casey Cox, founder of Show Me Romey Foundation. I am a mother of 3 and my middle child, Romey, is on the spectrum.  She is a bright, beautiful little girl that we are teaching to know she is "enough."  We are spreading this motto throughout our community and educating those around us about Autism.


While we are a new non-profit organization, we will be here for children and families for years to come.  One of our main goals currently is building an Autism Center, right here locally.  We will provide an environment for special needs children in our area and surrounding areas that is going to be a "judgment free", "meltdowns" welcome center!  We will have a sensory-friendly center that is multifunctional for various needs of special needs children.  We also can't wait to provide a meeting place for parents of special needs children to connect and get support from each other.


Show Me Romey intends to have a yearly gala where we will auction off Romey's artwork, as well as artwork from other children with autism. Romey is a lover of her air-dry clay and works diligently for hours creating the perfect masterpiece! Children with autism are very special beings who deserve more, WAY more.  I hope with this foundation we are able to make a movement with awareness and bring hope and relief to parents in our community.


We are very excited about the launch of this foundation and I have gathered a board of directors that is second to none.  We are working hard to help our rural community build this center for generations to come. 


Stay tuned for Show Me Romey Foundation events! We intend to hold an annual golf tournament, youth rodeo, gala and autism walk to raise funds for the foundation. 

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