The Els For Autism Foundation Is A Game-Changing Resource For People On The Autism Spectrum.

This past week, we had the pleasure of supporting the Els for Autism 2019 Golf Challenge! This event took place at the Richmond Country Club, and raised funds for the Canucks Autism Network.

Citywide sponsored the 5th hole, where we cheered on the amazing golfers who came out to support Els for Autism. We had a lot of fun rewarding the players with the best moves with our new Citywide merch.

Els for Autism and the Canucks Autism Network are doing very important work in our communities.

“With over 16,000 families living with autism in BC, the need for help is greater than ever.” – Canucks Autism Network

Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), or autism, is a neurodevelopmental disorder. It impacts brain development, causing most individuals communication problems, challenges with social interactions, and tendencies to repeat specific patterns. While there is no “standard” or “typical” person with autism, people on the spectrum need individualized support.

Els for Autism and the Canucks Autism Network deliver resources and programs for people on the spectrum. They provide learning opportunities, therapy services, and programs to empower those with autism and their families.

How You Can Help

These organizations are always looking for volunteers, and access to funds to continue running their programs. Whether you have time or financial aid to contribute, there are lots of way to help. Head over to the Canucks Autism Network to find the full list of ways to help.

Citywide Sundecks Sponsoring Els For Autism Golf Challenge

Whether you’re an individual, a small business, or a community group – your support makes an impactful difference to those with autism and their families.

Els for Autism is a life changing resource, delivering and facilitating programs that are leading examples of what can be available to people with autism spectrum disorder (ASD). Your support to either of these worthy organizations helps improve the lives of people with autism.

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