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Helping under-served families impacted by Autism

Our Goal, Vision & Commitment

Register & Help Make Change

Volunteer, Participate, or Donate

Mission

The mission of the Freddie Ford Family Foundation is to support under-served families impacted by autism and to raise awareness and acceptance of autism.

Sponsorship Opportunities

There are a number of sponsorship opportunities for the Heroes for Autism 5k and Mile. Please email for more information click here.

Volunteer

We welcome volunteers for our events. Please contact us by email with any questions regarding opportunities.

5th Annual Heroes for Autism 5K and Mile registration is open!

Visit our events page to register. With no extra fees. 

Early Bird 5K is $35 and mile is $25 until May 1st. The 5K will increase to $45 and the mile will be $35.

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PROGRAMS & EVENTS

 

Annual Heroes for Autism 5K and Mile

Camp Ausome

Autism Community Play Dates

Teen Outings

Sensory Box donations

Christmas donations

Easter Egg Hunt

Trunk or Treat

Social Skills

Family Support

Mental and Physical and Wellness

Autism Acceptance and Awareness

AUTISM
In 2023 the CDC determined that 1 in 36 children will be diagnosed with autism. It is more commonly found in boys than girls. People diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) often have difficulty with social, emotional, and communication skills. They might repeat certain behaviors, have rigid routines, and might not want change in their daily activities. Many people with ASD also have different ways of learning, paying attention, or reacting to things. Signs of ASD begin during early childhood and typically last throughout a person’s life. There is no cure for autism and the cause is still yet unknown.

Latest News/Blog Posts

1 in 36 children are diagnosed on the autism spectrum.  Autism spectrum disorder is 4 times more common in boys than girls.

Statistic from Centers for Disease control

Join Us

Raise Autism awareness and provide services for  under-served children.
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