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Heroes come in all shapes and sizes but they all make our world a better place.   The Autism Society Inland Empire’s Heroes Walk for Autism will generate awareness and raise funds for individuals with autism and their family members to provide education, programs and much-needed information and support.  100% of the funds raised stay in the Inland Empire to support local autism programs, services, outreach efforts and education initiatives to thousands of families here in the Inland Empire!  
This year we will be at the Fun Zone at the Auto Club Speedway, 9300 Cherry Ave, Fontana, CA 92335. Our event will be held outside of the track where there is plenty of parking, bathrooms, food, and fun!
 Saturday, April 8, 2017
          – Registration  – 10:30 AM – 11:45 AM
          – Resource Fair – 10:30 AM – 2 PM
          – Walk Kicks Off –  Noon
Be sure to invite all the HEROES you know –friends, family members, teachers and professionals to walk. refreshments, Resource Fair, Children’s Activities, Awards Ceremony, Music and much more. Come in your favorite superhero or character outfit. 

It is often difficult for families to navigate the systems and find autism-friendly resources in our community. In order to bring various agencies/organizations together to highlight their services as related to autism, we will have a Resource Fair to promote and raise awareness of agencies and organizations available to our families.  There will be resources, entertainment, and demonstrations by individuals with disabilities, Spanish Resource booth, and fun activities.


We will once again be offering an opportunity for adults with autism who are interested in exploring what it is like to operate their own business.  Individuals with autism may sell or advertise services at the Walk free of charge. Click the Marketplace for more info. 

Registration includes:
 –   For children (17 years and under) will an Autism Hero Bracelet (limited to the 1,000 who register)
 –   With paid registration, adults will receive a special Walk tote bag (limited to the first 2,000 who register) 



March 1

 Mar 1- 31  April 1-7

Same Day

April 8th

ADULTS ( 18+ yrs old) $21 $26 $30 $35  
YOUTH (13-17 yrs old) $5 $7 $9 $10  
CHILDREN (12 yrs old and under) Free Free Free Free  
Individuals with Autism Free Free Free Free  

** A processing fee $2.50 is included in all registrations with fees. Processing fees do not go to ASIE.

Ask friends and family to sponsor you and raise extra funds!  Form a Team – even if it is a team of 1!.  Team Captains will be eligible to receive these prizes: 
Receive an adult Autism Awareness Bracelet  for the first $25 raised
Receive Autism Awareness Socks for the first $100 raised
Receive an Autism Tumbler for the first $250 raised
Receive an Autism Jacket for the first $500 raised

We have a limited numbers of scholarships available for families who can’t afford registration fees.  Please contact info@ieautism.org or 951-220-6922 for more info. 

Click on REGISTER and you will be able to set-up or join a Team during the registration process. To register, each person will need to use their own email address. After you complete each of the steps, you will be able to personalize your Personal and Team pages.
 The team who raises the most money will lead the walk!  Top 3 teams will be honored at the Walk.  



 1.Click on the registration that you would like to register for

   Adult 18 and Over

   Child 13-17 

   Child 0-12

   Individual w/Autism

2.Add registrant information if you would like to add another registrant click the yellow add a registrant button towards the bottom of the page and continue to do so until everyone you are registering for has been added. If you forget to add someone you can always come back to the page and add another registrant at a later time.

3. Ay the bottom of the registrant page click on the box for the waiver then click on the black continue button.

4. Next input the answer for “Does your employer offer gift matching?” If the answer is “yes” or “I don’t know” please input the name of the company you work for.   

5. If you would like to donate, create a fundraising page and or team please click on BECOME A FUNDRAISER and you will walk through the steps of making a personal fundraising page enter the information. If you want to do none click Continue 

6. Then it will give you an option to create a team page with your own team URL to share with everyone or to choose a team to join. You can do either.

7. If you would like to make a donation please click on the amount or press other if there is a different amount you would like to donate.

8. Click black continue tab the review registration information. Review all information if everything is correct click on complete registration at the bottom of the page. If there is something you would like to edit please click the edit button on the upper right-hand corner of the screen.

Race Disclaimer: The race can be altered, postponed or canceled with no refunds due to weather, natural disturbances, police activity, acts or threats of terrorism. No refunds will be given.  


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