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Register Today for the 2015 Race For Resources

Autism Cares Foundation is proud to announce our 6th Annual Race For Resources on Saturday, November 7, 2015 at 9 a.m. Join us for our annual 5k, 10k Run, 2-mile Family Walk and Autism Expo at The Tyler Park Center for The Arts.

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Caring Mom Helps Nurture Children with Autism

Linda and Frank Kuepper vowed to help their son, Michael, and his peers have a rich and active social life, despite any obstacles they may have faced.

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Local Mom Races to Help Local Children With Autism

Nancy Kraft-Jelen sees the upcoming Race for Resources on November 7 at Tyler State Park in Richboro as a labor of love for her entire family. A successful Jenkintown entrepreneur and mother of two, Nancy’s first event hosted by the Autism Cares Foundation was a teen prom she attended with her vivacious 28-year-old daughter, Betsy Jelen, who has autism. “From that first teen prom I knew we had found a second home. I could see how valuable the Autism Cares Foundation was to my family and to others in the local communities — it is truly a win-win,” says Nancy.

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Join us and the 76ers for Autism Cares Foundation night at the Wells Fargo

Join us and the 76ers for Autism Cares Foundation charity night at the Wells Fargo! Watch as the 76ers play the Miami Heat on Friday, Match 4 at 7:00pm.

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Sponsor a Child, Change a Life!

At Autism Cares Foundation we have a mission to partner with individuals and families living on the autism spectrum to provide integrative resources for life enrichment in a safe and respectful environment.

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Thank you to BCASC!

On Behalf of Autism Cares Foundation, we would like to express our gratitude to the Bucks County Autism Support Coalition (BCASC) for their expression of confidence in our organization. After eight years of providing support to the Bucks County autism community, the BCASC made the difficult decision to dissolve their organization. We are honored that they have selected Autism Cares Foundation as the recipient of their generous gift of assets and confidence that we can continue on with our mission and support the Bucks County autism community.

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Scrip Pro- Gift Card Fundraising

A new and exciting fundraising program called ‘scrip’ is available at Autism Cares Foundation. Now you can raise money without buying unwanted items, without selling door-to-door, and with no extra cost to you. Supporting our foundation has never been easier!

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Thank you ‘Checking for Charity’ for Supporting the Autism Cares Foundation

It was a wonderful weekend of hockey as the ‘Checking for Charity’ Tournament raised money for our Autism Cares Foundation!! Thank you to the great guys who skated their hearts out for us!!

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Congratulations to the 2015 Autism Cares Foundation Scholarship Award Recipients

Congratulations to the 2015 Autism Cares Foundation Scholarship Award Recipients. We would like to thank all of the many amazing students who applied for the 2015 Autism Cares Foundation Scholarship Award! Thank you to all who participated, you are truly making a difference in the lives of those with special needs!

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Local Children Learn From The Pros at Bucks County Football Camp

Dream big and do everything you can to make those dreams come true. That’s the message some 250 children and their parents received from New York Giants’ offensive lineman Justin Pugh, several of his National Football League buddies, 35 volunteers and 35 coaches when Pugh came home last weekend to fulfill one of his own dreams.

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Autism Cares Foundation
P.O. Box 180
Richboro, PA 18954

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Autism Cares Foundation, Inc. is a registered nonprofit corporation in Pennsylvania and a 501c3 charity.

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