Ride for Autism supports Project Lifesaver


The Algoma Autism Foundation is proud to continue their support of Sault Search and Rescue’s Project Lifesaver program.

Today, Jamie Boston Director of the Algoma Autism Foundation presented Kristen Breckenridge, Sault Search and Rescue Project Lifesaver Coordinator a cheque to purchase 6 new bracelets.

To date The Algoma Autism Foundation has donated 19 radio transmitter beacons to this worthwhile program.

The primary mission of Project Livesaver is to provide timely response to save lives and reduce potential injuries for adults and children with autism, Alzheimer’s and other related conditions or disorders.

Wonder how you can help?

The 2017 Algoma Ride for Autism is scheduled for June 17th. This is the largest fundraising and acceptance event The Foundation holds. Hundreds of motorcycle enthusiasts will take to the streets to raise money and awareness for The Algoma Autism Foundation.

Leaving from Highland Ford, the #AR4A will travel east of town and back where it will end at Roberta Bondar Pavillion. The family fun event will be in full swing upon their return. Highland Ford Drive one for your Algoma Autism Foundation, cool motorcycles, live music, great food, face painters, princesses, blow up bouncers, boat rides in local law enforcement vessels and more will all be on hand to make the day full of fun for families.

This event has drawn thousands year after year and in celebrating the 5th anniversary, the 2017 #AR4A should be the best year yet! Seeing and hearing the motorcycles roll in is quite a sight and the entire community is encouraged to line St Mary’s River Drive to welcome our riders while they support this 100% local 100% volunteer organization.

For more information about the #AR4A, please email [email protected]

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