On Sunday, June 7th, 2015, the Autism Society of Edmonton Area (ASEA) held its sixth annual Cycle for Autism in Gold Bar Park! Thank you all so much for your support of this fantastic event!
After counting all the pledges, donations and sponsorships - together we managed to raise over $45,000 that will help the Autism Society of Edmonton area continue to provide essential programs, services, information and support!
Cycle for Autism is not a marathon, trail ride, or timed race... the Cycle for Autism has been designed so that people of any age, ability, or mobility, can take part in a fun and inclusive event!
Cycle for Autism is held annually to increase awareness and acceptance of autism, and raise essential funds for the Autism Society of Edmonton Area. Teams and individuals collect sponsor pledges and then run, roll, walk or cycle to raise money for ASEA, a local organization that provides essential information, programs and support to people with autism and their families.
You can still make a pledge to help us reach our goal of raising $60,000 to provide support to people who are living with autism.
For more information, have a look at our Frequently Asked Questions!