GO THE DISTANCE FOR AUTISM... GONE VIRTUAL!

Due to the spread of COVID-19, we have decided to reroute the 2020 Go the Distance for Autism event… and go virtual. 

On Sunday, June 7, 2020, we will come together across communities to help change the lives of individuals with autism. On that day, we invite you to support our mission by safely riding, walking, or running in your own homes and neighborhoods. Before heading out, join us for a Facebook Live event at 11 am for trivia, prizes and fun for the whole family!

It goes without saying, our students and families need your support now more than ever. Let’s all rally together to raise essential funds and create a brighter future for individuals with autism.   Click here to learn more about the programs we support and to make a donation. 

Have questions? Visit our FAQs or click here to contact us    

Register Now To Go the Distance!

REGISTER TODAY

One Incredible Mission. Three Easy Steps to Support Our Cause.

 

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Start or join a virtual team or register as an individual. There are no registration fees or fundraising minimums.  

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Set up your personal Fundraising Page and share your story with friends and family. All registered participants who raise $50 by May 14, 2020, will receive a 2020 Go the Distance for Autism t-shirt!

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On Sunday, June 7, 2020, we invite you to ride, run, and walk in your own home or neighborhood and share your photos and videos on social media by simply tagging us @gtd4autism and using the hashtag #gtd4autism.

Support A Participant

Why We Go the Distance

CAITLIN

I decided to ‘Go the Distance’ to support our amazing students! I love being able to share their stories with my friends, family, and clients at the gym.  Getting them involved in a cause some knew little about has been a great learning experience and shown me just how much awareness needs to be spread!

CHANTELLE

I have been a part of Go the Distance for four years, and each year I am amazed at how the community comes together to do something collectively that we could never do individually. I see people accomplishing things they never thought they could – whether it’s riding 62.5 miles, or just riding a bike at all – it’s incredible that this event is able to provide a sense of accomplishment for all levels.

 

Thank You to Our Presenting and Platinum Sponsors