PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — The Eagles hosted their fifth annual Autism Challenge Saturday in South Philadelphia. Eagles CEO Jeffrey Lurie was on hand.
Almost 3,000 participants biked, ran, or walked along with their favorite players.
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Jason Kelce spent time with the participants.
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Head coach Nick Sirianni was seen pushing his kids toward the 5k finish line.
Awareness to action.
— Philadelphia Eagles (@Eagles) May 21, 2022
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More than $4 million was raised toward autism research. Sixteen million dollars has been raised since 2018.
Source : https://philadelphia.cbslocal.com/2022/05/21/philadelphia-eagles-raise-more-than-4-million-at-5th-annual-autism-challenge/