GARFIELD, N.J. -- Last week the Manga Anime Comic Club and Helping Hands Club did a fundraiser at Garfield High School to benefit an autism walk -- using superhero t-shirts.
April 28 was National Superhero Day Students, and students paid $2 to wear a superhero shirt to school, instead of their purple polo.
The fundraiser raised $280, and the proceeds were donated to a teacher's Autism Walk team. That teacher's son has autism.
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