118% of $100,000 goal
Em and Tony Rock Christie Family
by 35 supporters
KiteFlite Festival 2022
Sunday from 10:00 AM - 3:00 PM EDT
10am - Gates open for AutismUp, March Team Check-In 10:30am - Opening Ceremony 10:45am - Kite Parade Led by KiteFlite Ambassadors, the Dunfey Family 11am - Rides open 11am - 3pm: Raffles, lunch, activities, and entertainment in the AU Party Pavilion
Thank you for participating in KiteFlite! If you missed the celebration, you can still show your spirit with the purchase of a commemorative t-shirt, or grab an AU stadium blanket for the chilly evenings that are upon us and when cheering from the sidelines this fall sports season! Now available to purchase and support KiteFlite 2022! Hurry, limited quantities remain! Click Donate & Tees button for sizes and to purchase!
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It's our 10th annual KiteFlite Family FUNdraising Challenge! What began as a kite parade, has now grown to our biggest fundraiser and family festival at Sebreeze!
Our definition of KiteFlite is:
an act of lifting families with autism up; a journey to support those with autism taken with families & friends; an opportunity to come together and march in a kite parade and celebrate at Seabreeze on August 14, 2022.
KiteFlite is unlike any other fundraiser around and we like to do things differently, including spelling. ; ) We don't actually fly kites, instead we march in a kite parade with custom-decorated team kites across the fundraising finish line! Pretty AU-some, right?
Create a KiteFlite team and begin giving back to AutismUp. All funds raised through August 14th will support the good stuff happening at AU, and help teams earn prizes, including tickets to Seabreeze on the 14th.
AutismUp is the leading 501(c)3 autism support organization in the Greater Rochester and surrounding areas. Founded in 2004, by a small group of parents of children with Autism Spectrum Disorder, AutismUp has grown to include more than 3,100 families. We rely on donations to expand and enhance programs and services for individuals with autism spectrum disorder, and their families, that improve quality of life. Learn more at autismup.org.