Join us on Saturday, June 4 for our first-ever Scoring Goals for Autism adult soccer tournament in Philadelphia, PA. We’ll be raising money for autism research including Dr. Jill Locke and mentor Dr. David Mandell‘s research which is currently being conducted at The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia’s Center for Autism Research.
A BIG thank you to volunteers Erin Lopes and Tim Bak who are organizing the tournament and are parents of a 11 year old son with autism. Raising funds for ASF represents hope for their family and every family who has a child with autism. “We wanted to organize an event where people could get a good workout, have some fun and raise some money for autism research,” Lopes said. “Funding autism research is a critical step in finding the answers to why so many children have autism and what treatments will help children living with the disorder.”
Even if you can’t come and play with us in Philadelphia you can make a donation to support an individual playing in the Scoring Goals for Autism tournament. Donate today!
Scoring Goals for Autism tournament information:
- Starfinder Foundation Indoor Soccer Facility – 4015 Main Street, Philadelphia, PA 19127
- Saturday, June 4, 2011
- Noon – 9 p.m.
- Adult men’s and women’s teams from the Philadelphia area
- Registration and Details: http://www.autismsciencefoundation.org/scoringgoalsforautism.html
A special pre-game for children with autism will open the tournament from 11 a.m. – noon. To sign-up your child for the game contact Dawn Crawford at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Scoring Goals for Autism is proudly sponsored by the Starfinder Foundation, the Philadelphia Independence, the Philadelphia 76ers, Welsh Subaru, Pearsox, the Baggataway pub in Conshohocken, and the Ugly Moose pub in Manayunk.
The tournament is expected to draw four womens teams and four mens teams for fast-paced small-sided games. Individual players who raise the most money for ASF will win prizes including tickets to Phillies, Philadelphia Independence, Philadelphia 76ers games and more.
For more information about this event contact Dawn Crawford at email@example.com.