Adin C

Age: 10

Charity: Autism Speaks

Fundraising Goal: $4000

Project: Serving for Autism

Date: November 11,2017 12-4pm

Location: JCC Tennis Courts

Fundraising Progress

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Why I Choose The Charity

Autism Speaks helps research what causes autism and it helps to connect people impacted by autism to things like therapists, doctors, camps, information and help that they need.  Autism speaks mission is to make a meaningful difference throughout the entire life of people impacted by Autism.  My sister has special needs and even though she does not have Autism I want to help her and many others like her by raising awareness and money to fund research so that one day maybe Autism can be “cured”. I would also like to be a big part of Autism Speaks just like my dad and my mom. My sister has many similarities to autism such as communication problems and behaviors (good and bad) but she still is very nice and makes A LOT of friends.  Other kids with special needs sometimes have trouble making friends and Autism Speaks can help them communicate better. I have helped my dad raise money for Autism Speaks and I would like to raise a lot more.

How I Plan To Raise The Money

I am going to hold a fun tennis tournament for kids (ages 8 – 12) called Serving For Autism.

Saturday, November 11, 2017

12:00 – 4:00pm

JCC Tennis Courts

This will be a tennis Round Robin style tournament for kids ages 8-12. There will be numerous rounds where you will get a chance to play against different players. Each round will consist of 4 games. We will have awards and special prizes for the participants. To sign up to play, please click here.

I am  also looking for generous donors and sponsors to help him meet his goals. If you are interested in sponsoring the Serving For Autism tournament, please email for more information.

We also need fun volunteers to make this event possible. Can you spend your afternoon with Adin and friends to help raise money and awareness for Autism Speaks?  If so, please click here to sign up.

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