2nd Annual Volley for ASD
Thank you so much to everyone who came out to The 2nd Annual Volley For ASD Tournament!
We raised a total of $1,560 and we couldn't have done it without all of our volunteers, teams, and donors!
Thank you especially to Brendan Jones from Cameron’s Brewing for sponsoring the winning team with free cases of beer!
We had so much fun and can't wait to start planning for next year!
If you missed out on this event and are interested in participating next year, please
contact the Volley For ASD team at volleyforasd@gmail.com.
Winning Team

Brennda Jones



Karch, a grade 8 student at Monsignor Morrison in St. Thomas, is an awesome autistic artist.
This past weekend, Karch held a successful art show and sale at the St. Thomas-Elgin Public Art Centre.
Half of the proceeds will be donated to Autism Ontario. Thank you Karch!



15th Ride & Stride for Autism
September 26, 2015
Thank you to all involved. Together we raised over  $17,000!!!
Top Pledge Earners were:
Phil Hauser $5965
Dalby Family (Team Matthew) $3050
Lucas's Angels $1394
Georgiev Warriors $910
Thank you again to Harvey's, Dempster's and Coppa Di Gelato for supplying our lunch.
Billy the Magician for the free magic show and donating $1000
New Era Graphics for supplying the tshirts
Lyn Cooper for facepainting
Thanks to the team of volunteers. Without you these events could not be successful.



14th Annual Golf Classic Tournament - 2015
Autism Ontario London was involved with the Rival Charity Golf Tournament held on Monday, August 10 at Forest City National Golf Club. 
Congratulations and heartfelt thanks to Ken Lucas at Rival Office Solutions, his committee and volunteers who dedicate their time to make this Charity Tournament a success!
The 4 charities involved this year were
  • Brain Tumor Foundation
  • Habit
  • Sunshine Foundation
  • Autism Ontario-London Chapter.
The amount that was raised for the London Chapter this year was $8,000
Thank you so much!



Magic Show in St.Thomas
was Last Saturday

Thanks Billy the Magician and his helpers for raising $1,000 and awareness for our chapter.



Volley for Autism Ontario
Thank you Erin and Leeanna for organizing a great event and spreading awareness about Autism.
They raised over $1,300 for the Autism Ontario - London chapter.
Rachelle, Erin and Jed Peterson



Congratulations to Adult Program Coordinator Christina Devlin, who has been recognized
as a London Community Foundation Vital People Grant recipient!
This grant recognizes individuals working in London or Middlesex County's charitable sector to pursue professional development opportunities.

Christina plans on using the $1,400 grant to pursue the Disability Studies program through Ryerson University in order to further her career in disability advocacy and work towards eliminating barriers to inclusion, particularly for the adult autism community.
Thank you to the London Community Foundation for supporting charitable organizations dedicated to improving communities. London Community Foundation is a charitable organization dedicated to improving communities across London and Middlesex County. They do this by pooling the charitable gifts of donors to create endowment funds and using the investment income to make grants. London Community Foundation also provides leadership — monitoring this area's quality of life and convening people, ideas, and resources to help build stronger and more resilient communities.  For 60 years London Community Foundation has provided steadfast support for our community and the charitable organizations that make it strong.
Click here (http://www.lcf.on.ca/) to find out more information about London Community Foundation



Thank you to our friends from London Life and the London chapter families who came out in support of the 8th annual Bowling for Autism
event on Saturday May 2, 2015. Many strikes, spares, smiles and funds were raised!

Looking forward to next year's event!