Thank you for Running for Autism!
Save the date for the next Run for Autism 5K on April 16, 2016!
Together, you raised $125,000 for VIA! We can’t thank you enough.
One of our sponsors told us the Run for Autism 5K had more smiles than any other race.
You make the Run for Autism 5K a special race, filled with heart and a feeling of community.
Thank you for joining together with more than 1,400 runners to support children, adults and families affected by autism.
As you watched the Kids Race, mingled with our families and staff, and smiled the morning away, we hope you got to see a glimpse of the miracles you’re creating.
Thank you for raising more than $125,000 for the Virginia Institute of Autism, and making strides toward a brighter future!
Your Smiles Are Making A Difference…
Look for your smile in our thank you video!
Race Results: Congratulations to all of our finishers! Click here to see your time! Congrats to our top 3 finishers, Michael Kershen (1st place), Hernan Garbini (2nd place) and Trent Lawhorn (3rd place)!
Run for Autism 5K Photo Album: Click here to check out our Facebook album full of photos of the race! Look for your smile and share with your friends!
Run for Autism 5K Survey: We want to know how you felt about the race! Click here to take a quick 5 question survey and enter to win a free race registration for the 2016 Run for Autism 5K!
Golden Stick Challenge: WAHS wins the Golden Stick again! Earlier results showed a tie between WAHS and AHS, but after counting the final registrations, we now know that WAHS edged out AHS by 2 runners! So close! Congratulations to WAHS and AHS, and thank you to all of our Golden Stick teams!
Greek Challenge: Congratulations to St. Elmo Hall, the winners of our first Greek Challenge!
Run for Autism 5K Website: Click here to visit the 5K site and check out the bright red thermometer! Thank you for your hard work and passion!
Making strides for those affected by autism for over 19 years
Thank you for running, walking, volunteering, fundraising and donating for autism!
You are helping children, adults and families overcome the challenges of autism. Watch the video below to see your impact!