For a calendar of autism related community events in Rochester and the surrounding areas, click here:  http://www.rtaaf.org/autism-calendar.php

RTAAF Sponsored or Co-Sponsored EVENTS:

Until All the Pieces Fit, a Gala for Autism Awareness !

Our biggest fundraising event is our Annual Gala for Autism Awarness.  Our 9th annual Gala will be held Saturday January 26th, 2019!  If you are interested in becoming a corporate sponsor for the event, making a donation to our auction, volunteering at the event, or if you are a speaker/performer, please contact our Executive Director at director@rtaaf.org or our Marketing and Events Coordinator at events@rtaaf.org.

To purchase tickets to the gala, please visit http://www.bidpal.net/rtaaf2019.


All Abilities Track and Sports Day

This event is co-sponsored by RTAAF and is a fundraiser for Rochester Raiders Adapted Softball team!    Tentative: JUNE 2019

The All Abilities Track and Sports Day is a fun and unique, family friendly athletic event aimed at encouraging physical activity with events including a 100 Meter Dash, Long Jump, Punt/Pass/Kick Competition, Free Throw Challenge, and many more. As the name suggests, the event will cater to individuals of all abilities including those with all spectrums of physical and/or cognitive disabilities, as well as typically developing kids.

Registration enables individuals or families to participate in ALL the events of the day.  Lunch will be available for purchase.

 


Autism Awareness w/ MN Twins

Watch this space for the 2019 Minnesota Twins Autism Day!


Big thanks to Minnesota United Soccer and Timberwolves Basketball! Timberwolves donated tickets to RTAAF as part of their "Tickets for Kids" initiative! And MN United raised funds for autism organizations throughout Minnesota. All in one weekend!

Best in America - Independent CharityThe RT (Reece Trahan) Autism Awareness Foundation is an organization dedicated to making people aware of Autism and the effects it has on individuals and their families.

The diagnosis of Autism is an emotional one for families, and the RT Autism Awareness Foundation wants individuals and families to recognize that they are not without help.