Giving Tuesday With The Eagles Autism Challenge
Giving Tuesday is here! With a donation to the Eagles Autism Challenge today, you can win one-of-a-kind Eagles prizes, including a chance to win Alshon Jeffery's autographed bike.
Giving Tuesday with Eagles Autism Foundation
This Giving Tuesday, the Philadelphia Eagles invite you to join the Eagles Autism Foundation's commitment to taking action for autism through research, advocacy, empathy, and unity. Learn about Eagle Austim Foundation's year-long efforts to make an impact.
Eagles Drumline provides a sensory-friendly experience
The Eagles Drumline and the Eagles Autism Foundation performed for students of Valley Forge Educational Services at The Vanguard School and taught lessons as well.
2022 Eagles Autism Challenge
The Eagles Autism Foundation has announced that the 5th annual Eagles Autism Challenge presented by Lincoln Financial Group raised more than $4.1 million for autism research and care programs, thanks to donors from 18 countries, 2,891 participants, and 17,164 donations. One hundred percent of the participant-raised funds will be invested in groundbreaking research being conducted across the country and in community grants for area-based organizations.
Eagles Autism Challenge: Jeffrey Lurie's closing remarks | 2022
Chairman and CEO Jeffrey Lurie wraps up a historic Eagles Autism Challenge as the transformational event celebrates its fifth anniversary. Lurie unveils how much the annual ride/run/walk event has raised to impact the autism community at the patient and research levels.
Eagles Autism Challenge: Kickoff Party | 2022
Ahead of the fifth annual Eagles Autism Challenge, participants gathered at Lincoln Financial Field for a Friday Night Kickoff Party. Hear from Chairman and CEO Jeffrey Lurie, Eagles Insider Dave Spadaro, and members of Lincoln Financial Group about the event and the impact of the Eagles Autism Foundation on the autism community.
Challenge to Success: The Vanderhoof family
Learn about the research studies that are providing breakthroughs in the autism community.
Challenge to Success: ToyQuest101
The Figueroa family started a YouTube channel, ToyQuest101, to provide an outlet for their daughter, who has autism.
Challenge to Success: Elwyn Early Learning Services
A recipient of a grant from the Eagles Autism Foundation, Elwyn Early Learning Services team members discuss how they use the money to impact the autism community.
Challenge to Success: The Ennis family
When the Ennis family learned that their daughter, Grayson, was on the spectrum, they formed Grayson's Gang to raise money. Stephanie Ellis shares the experiences that her daughter has engaged in thanks to the Eagles Autism Foundation.
Eagles Autism Foundation: Awareness to Action
As Brandon Graham says, "Together, we are changing lives!" Learn more about how the Eagles Autism Foundation connects with families and organizations to turn awareness into action.
Challenge to Success: Eagles Gameday staff
Meet Ben, Lily, and Tom – three members of the Eagles Gameday staff who are on the spectrum.
Challenge to Success: The Douglas family
Chanté Douglas is an award-winning author whose son, Levi, has autism. Chante shares how much she appreciates that the Eagles consider the autism community when planning their events.
Challenge to Success: The Bottino family
Learn how a billboard on I-95 started the Bottino family's connection with the Eagles and the Eagles Autism Foundation.
Celebrate Autism Acceptance Month with Eagles Autism Foundation
Help make a transformational impact in the autism community by supporting Eagles Autism Foundation during Autism Acceptance Month! 100% of every donation is reinvested in groundbreaking research and community programs. Donate by visiting EaglesAustismFoundation.org.
Eagles surprise Eagles Autism Foundation fundraiser with Super Bowl tickets
Skylar and Team G-Unit have been among Eagles Autism Foundation's top fundraisers, donating nearly $200,000. In honor of Skylar's hard work and dedication, we decided to give her a very "super" surprise.
2021 Giving Tuesday is here!
This Giving Tuesday, learn how the Eagles Autism Foundation is making a transformational impact in the autism community. Donate today at EaglesAutismFoundation.org.
2021 Eagles Autism Challenge
Over 𝟏,𝟖𝟎𝟎 participants and $𝟐.𝟓 𝐦𝐢𝐥𝐥𝐢𝐨𝐧 raised, bringing us to a total of just under $𝟏𝟐 𝐦𝐢𝐥𝐥𝐢𝐨𝐧 in four years...we invite you to take a look back at this weekend's Eagles Autism Challenge! Thanks to everyone who made it possible!
2021 Huddle Up for Autism
Thanks to everyone who supported this year's Huddle Up for Autism Drive-Thru benefitting the Center for Autism Research at CHOP!
Ryan Hammond explains the origin and impact of Eagles Autism Challenge
Executive Director of the Eagles Autism Foundation Ryan Hammond joins Good Morning Football to explain the origin of the foundation.
New date set for 2020 Eagles Autism Challenge
Now more than ever, the autism community needs our support and we remain committed to funding the most innovative research and care. That's why we're so excited to announce that the third annual Eagles Autism Challenge has been rescheduled to Sept. 26, 2020!
Challenges to Success: Kogan Family
In this week's video, the Kogan family shares their experience at last year's sensory-friendly concert at the NovaCare Complex.
Challenges to Success: The DeMayo Family
In this week's episode of Challenges to Success, the DeMayo family shares what the Eagles Autism Challenge means to them.
Challenges to Success: The Ennis Family
In this week's episode of Challenges to Success, Stephanie Ennis shares her daughter Grayson's experience at the Eagles Cheer Clinic.
Challenges to Success: The Parker Family
A huge Eagles fan, Wesley Parker had never been able to share a game with his daughter Naomi. Check out the latest episode of Challenges to Success to hear how the Sensory Room at Lincoln Financial Field changed all that.
Challenges to Success: The Bottino Family
We're celebrating Autism Awareness Month by launching Challenges to Success, a new video series dedicated to bringing awareness to diversity and inclusion efforts across the organization. In the first episode, the Bottino family shares their experiences at the Eagles Autism Foundation Halloween party.