Logan’s 5K Run and Walk for Autism
ASGHA's 15th Annual Logan's VIRTUAL 5K Run and Walk for Autism - Saturday, April 25, 2020!
New for 2020: Duck Derby with top prize of $1,000!
Alliance Business Technologies
Classic Dry-Cleaners and Laundromat
Gordon Pond Emporium
Roland Builders, Inc.
Mark Your Calendars
2020 Upcoming Events
ALL In-Person Events through May 31st are CANCELLED.
Plus, save the date:
Annual Holiday Party (Member Event): TBD
2020 S&E Calendar
March 12th - IEP Workshop
April 9th - CANCELLED
May 14th - CANCELLED
June, July, August - Social Events (Pending), No Meetings
September 10th - TBD
October 8th - TBD
November 12th - TBD
December - Holiday Party (Pending), No Meeting
At each meeting a light refreshment and/or supper is provided at 6:30pm, followed by our meeting at 7:00pm. Teen Social Group and Childcare are provided free of charge from 7:00 pm to 8:30 pm (each require RSVP via form: http://bit.ly/ASGHAregistrarionSE, by the 2nd Monday of each month. Questions regarding the meeting may be directed to: email@example.com)
Our Support & Education Meetings are open to the public and are held at the Capital Area IU located at 55 Miller Street, Summerdale.
Locator Device Grant - History and Information
In 2005 Georgia Rackley came to the Autism Society Greater Harrisburg Area with a dream. Like all of us in the Autism Community, she was still trying to come to terms with the recent tragic death of Logan Mitcheltree, a 9 year old with autism who wandered away from home on a cold winter evening. Searchers were not able to find him until it was too late. Georgia wanted to raise awareness not only about Autism but about this potentially deadly aspect. That was the birth of Logan's 5KRun and Walk for Autism Awareness.
Over the years this event has grown. Not only does it continue to raise awareness, but it has served as a major fundraiser, allowing the ASGHA to provide our local autism community with many opportunities and services.
ASGHA is delighted to announce that we can now do more than just raise awareness about the dangers of elopement. Through our new Locator Device Grant, we are able to provide families with financial support in obtaining a device that will track a wandering child. Applicants must reside in one of the counties served by ASGHA (Adams, Cumberland, Dauphin, Franklin, Juniata, Lancaster, Lebanon, Mifflin, Northumberland, Perry, Snyder, Union, and York) and have medical proof of elopement risk due to an ASD.
For more information or questions regarding this grant opportunity, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Community Fundraisers for ASGHA
Become one of our 2019 Sponsors or create a Fundraiser for ASGHA and have your donation recognized HERE!
To Learn More, Contact: Leora Appleby, President@autismharrisburg.com