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USTAF certified 10K and 5K
1 Mile Fun Run, 100-Yard Dash and Tot Trot
Indoor Vendor/Resource Fair
Saturday, October 7, 2017
8 a.m. – Noon
Gwinnett County Fairgrounds
2405 Sugarloaf Parkway
Lawrenceville, GA 30046
The 11th Annual Georgia Race for Autism and Fall Festival will be held on Saturday, October 7, 2017 at the Gwinnett County Fairgrounds in Lawrenceville, Georgia. This premier event draws hundreds of families from the Greater Georgia area and includes USTAF certified 10K and 5K courses, 1 mile fun run, 100-Yard dash and tot trot, as well as an indoor Fall Festival including vendor and resource tables for individuals and families of all ages.
Spectrum Autism Support Group is honored to invite you to become a sponsor for the Georgia Race for Autism and Fall Festival. As a sponsor, your organization or business will be recognized on varying levels of event marketing, including the official race website, www.GeorgiaRaceForAutism.com. This local, state and national visibility will showcase your support of individuals on the autism spectrum and those who are affected by an autism spectrum diagnosis.
Recent reports from the CDC state autism is now the fastest growing developmental disorder in the nation, with 1 in 68 children diagnosed yearly. With this staggering number comes a tremendous increase in the demand for services from Spectrum. Your support will allow us to remain positioned to provide quality services to the many Georgia families touched by autism.
Spectrum was established in the fall of 1998 for families, friends and teachers of children with an autism spectrum disorder. It is a parent operated group whose mission is to provide support, education and resources encompassing the entire autism spectrum for children and adults. Learn more at www.atl-spectrum.com.
Spectrum serves over 1000 individuals with autism each year through camps, respite programs, social skills groups and more. Support groups are offered monthly for parents of children with autism, siblings, grandparents, and adults with autism. We continue to expand the programs we offer to meet the needs in Gwinnett County and surrounding metro Atlanta area with the funds raised from events like the Georgia Race for Autism.
You can make a difference in the autism community by making a sponsorship commitment at any financial level. Thank you for considering the Georgia Race for Autism and Fall Festival as an opportunity to make an impact directly within our Georgia communities.
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