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AJ Foundation’s 14th Annual Bike Ride for Autism is Sept. 11th

Challenge yourself to ride in The AJ Foundation’s Ride 4 Autism on September 11th, 2021. 

Join a community of family and friends on a mission to improve the lives of individuals with autism! The AJ Foundation (AJF), a non-profit organization, was formed in 1997 to do just that!

As part of that mission, AJF opened one of PA’s first specialized private schools called the Comprehensive Learning Center (CLC).

Since 2000, CLC has provided education services, personalized to meet the needs of each individual served. Through its Education Program, CLC serves those between the ages of 3 and 21, and continues to provide services to those over the age of 21 in its Adult Life Skills Program. Today, CLC serves 46 students who depend on the efforts of AJF to support the operations and growth of the program.

One of AJF’s most successful events is the AJF Ride 4 Autism.

This family fun event offers a 50K Ride for experienced riders, as well as a 12-Mile Family Ride. Registration is $50/person (includes breakfast & lunch).

A special of $100 for up to five family members is available for the 12-Mile Family Ride only.

In memory of September 11th, we are offering half-price registration of $25 to all first responders.

The community of AJF and CLC is grateful to the front line workers who make it possible for events like this to resume through a pandemic.

Help AJF raise money by asking your community to sponsor you! Create a team with friends and compete to raise the most money to win The AJFR4A Cup. 

By participating, you are making a significant impact to the lives of those affected by autism.

Registration ends on September 8th. Don’t delay! Sign up today!

Your donation to AJF is tax deductible. For information and registration visit: www.ajfride4autism.org. Contact: (215) 598-8175 or info@ajfoundation.org.

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