OAR Tough Mudder 2018
The Organization for Autism Research (OAR) is an Official Charity with Tough Mudder North America and has a limited number of guaranteed entries available for all North America Tough Mudder races.
To join the RUN FOR AUTISM team, select the REGISTER button.
For a free race entry select: “I want to be a member of this team and agree to hit the required fundraising minimum”
Runners who register for the race with a charity entry must commit to a $750 fundraising minimum for the full and a $500 fundraising minimum for the half. All fundraising is due one month after the race.
Already have a race entry select: "I just want to raise money for this amazing cause without a required minimum"
Runners with their own race entry are asked to raise $250 for OAR to receive all team benefits.
*By agreeing to the fundraising requirement and verifying his/her credit card information, runners are assuming full responsibility for achieving their fundraising minimum in full, even in the case of unforeseen circumstances including injury, which may prevent them from participating in the event.
Signing up on CrowdRise reserves your spot on the OAR team. Once you have completed the steps on CrowdRise, a member of the RUN staff will reach out with how to register for the Tough Mudder race of your choice.
RUN FOR AUTISM t-shirt and technical race tank
Personal staff support
Team emails with training and fundraising tips
OAR finisher's medal
WHY RUN FOR AUTISM?
1 in 68 children in the United States are diagnosed with autism. By joining the team, you're supporting OAR's mission to fund research and resources that help people with autism and their families today.
THE IMPACT YOU HELP OAR MAKE:
$10 provides a Curriculum in a Box professional development set to general education teachers.
$25 provides 15 copies of A Guide to Safety to families and first responders.
$100 provides the Kit for Kids peer education resource to an entire elementary or middle school.
$150 provides 100 copies of a Life Journey through Autism guidebook sent to a community support group or military installation.
$1,000 provides a research grant for a graduate student studying autism.
$3,000 provides a scholarship for a student with autism to attend college.
$30,000 fully underwrites an applied research pilot study.