Jeep
Poker Ride 2022

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When: November 19th, 2022
Where: Chattanooga and Surrounding Area
Cost: $25 Initial Buy In, $10 per extra hand, and $2 per extra card up to two per hand 
Registration: Click here!

This isn’t your average fundraising Jeep ride, we’re playing poker along the way! While we enjoy a scenic route through southeast TN, we’ll stop to draw cards.


The ride will start with registration at the Chattanooga Autism Center. The tentative route is as follows:


From the CAC we’ll head out to Suck Creek road. Then continuing over the mountain and back down to Powell Crossroads. We will continue our way to Sequatchie county, up Taft Hwy, then down the W or front of Signal.

 

We will end with lunch, drawing final cards, and prizes! Stops along the way and prizes will be announced when they are finalized.

Why the Chattanooga Autism Center?

Your donation will have an enormous impact on many hundreds of individuals of all ages and their families IN THE GREATER CHATTANOOGA REGION!

Your funds go to support autism programs created by advocates, parent volunteers, and adults with autism at the Chattanooga Autism Center. Examples include:


Out and About (sensory-friendly community outings for kids and families)

Outpatient Clinic (provides autism assessments and behavior therapy) 

Bridges Behavior Therapy Clinic- ABA Therapy
Greater Chattanooga Aspies Adult Autism Centre (social and support group with annual adult autism symposium and activities)

Resource Hub (CAC helps people find regional resources via phone, email, and webpage resource list)
STAGES (build independence and helps young autistic adults reach their goals)

Spanish Language Outreach Program

Chattanooga Autism Celebration Walk

Weekly Newsletter (announcements and local autism events calendar)

Chattanooga Autism Conference (for parents, educators, and others in our region)

CAC Facebook Group (Over 3500 members and from this region sharing information between parents, autistic adults, and other experts and advocates)