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Special Events and Fundraisers

Special Events and Fundraisers

Step Out to Improve Lives

Join us for our Run/Walk for Autism events!  You can enter as an individual or create a team of friends, family members, and coworkers from all over the country! There will be awards for competitive 5K runners, top fundraising teams, and team spirit.

We need your support now more than ever! All of the money raised by our annual Run/Walk for Autism events stays in North Carolina to improve the lives of individuals with autism and support their families.

Shop & Dine 4 Autism

On Tuesday, April 26, participating shops and restaurants across NC donate a portion of their proceeds to the Autism Society of North Carolina! Make plans to grab a great meal or find a meaningful purchase.

Business owners – we hope you will sign up at the link below to participate!

Tee Up for the Camp Royall Classic

Join us on May 2 for the Camp Royall Classic golf tournament to benefit Camp Royall, the nation’s oldest and largest camp for individuals with for children and adults with autism. Held at Governors Club in Chapel Hill, the Camp Royall Classic features lunch on the course, scheduled tee times, and a beautiful Jack Nicklaus Signature course. The deadline to register is April 22.

Events by Friends of ASNC

Auction Direct USA‘s Raleigh location will donate a portion of the proceeds of each vehicle sold in the month of April to the Autism Society of North Carolina! Visit www.AuctionDirectUSA.com to see the inventory!

Kendra Scott will host an online shopping event on April 2 and 3. Use the code GIVEBACK-BSOTA on kendrascott.com, and 20 percent of your purchase will benefit the Autism Society of North Carolina. Kendra Scott will also donate 20 percent of their sales at the Bond Brothers Spring Festival on April 2 in Cary to ASNC.

Charlotte Ruff Ryder Prospect Event: Charity Ride for Autism. The ride will take place on April 3 from 1 to 3 p.m. $5/motorcycles; $8/cars. Food will be sold. Donations can be made via cash app: $CLTNRuffRyders. More info.

UNC-Pembroke Softball will host their Autism Awareness Game on April 12. The game is free admission and is sensory friendly; sensory bags, quiet areas, and a sensory guide are provided. Three replica jersey t-shirts will be auctioned off with all proceeds being donated to the Autism Society of North Carolina.

The Camel City Playhouse will host an Evening of Hope on April 23 in Winston-Salem. This celebration of neurodiversity will feature speakers and performers with autism and advocates, as well as a silent auction. All proceeds will benefit scholarships to Camp Royall.

Under the Oak Farm in Clayton is holding a five-course fine dining event on April 24. More information and tickets.

The Wingmen Motorcycle Club’s Fayetteville Chapter will host an autism rally on April 30 at 822 Shannon Drive. From 11 a.m. to 3 p.m., attendees will enjoy a bike show, food trucks, live dj, silent auction, and poker run. More information.

If you would like to hold your own fundraiser to benefit ASNC, please contact Heather Hargrave at hhargrave@autismsociety-nc.org or 919-865-5057.



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