AWARENESS TO ACTION
What we know about autism continues
to evolve at an increasing pace and
there is still so much more to learn and
do. For Eagles owner and CEO Jeffrey
Lurie, it is personal. With autism in his
own family, Lurie knows his is just one
of many dealing with this condition and
has seen firsthand the difference the
right resources can make. The Eagles
want to give a voice to other families
who live with autism – the ones who
are out there every day advocating,
promoting, supporting and seeking
out opportunities for their loved ones.
We are honored to be able to partner
with thought leaders in neurodiversity
to advance programs and scientific
breakthroughs. In the two short years
of the Eagles Autism Challenge, we’ve
seen the transformational impact we
can have when together we shift from
autism awareness to action, not only
in Philadelphia, but throughout the
country and the world.
With autism in his own family, Eagles owner and CEO Jeffrey
Lurie is committed to shifting awareness to action.
Eagles owner and CEO Jeffrey Lurie (middle) is joined
at the finish line by Nelson Agholor, DeSean Jackson,
Zach Ertz, and Carson Wentz.