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Why Victor Cozzone Gives Back When He Can

June 21, 2018
If there is one thing that seems vitally important to Victor Cozzone in his life, it is to give back to his community. This is because he considers it vitally important to show appreciation for everything one receives in the course of a life. That is one key reason Victor is so passionate about helping those less fortunate in his Pennsylvania community. For years, Victor has been a volunteer baseball coach for teams in the Lionville Youth Baseball Association in Chester County, Pennsylvania, but he also has worked as a volunteer member of the board for the Mission to Educate Children with Autism at Downington High School.

In addition to that position to help autistic people, Victor Cozzone also serves on the board of an organization called PAAL, which stands for “Preparing Adolescents with Autism for Adult Life.” As. A group in operation since 2006, PAAL is a specialty secondary-education program specifically designed to prepare adolescents ages 14-21 with moderate to severe autism for a normal life by providing them with the tools needed to become truly independent. PAAL makes autistic young people more successful as adults and they become important participants in the community.