3rd Annual CFA Winter Classic Raises $25K for Autism Support

The third annual installment of the Winter Classic Charity Hockey Game for the benefit of the Center for Autism was the biggest and most successful event to date. The Flyers Alumni helped raise over $25,000 in this year's game, silent auction and other related fundraising activities at the IceWorks Skating Complex in Aston, PA on January 17.

The Flyers Alumni Teams opponent on this night, the Autism Puzzlers, put up a valiant effort against the Flyers Alumni. More importantly, however, a lot of money was raised thanks to the large turnout and the support of attendees and sponsors alike. The Alumni are pleased and proud to work with the Center for Autism to support their service mission in the Delaware Valley.The Center for Autism is the oldest specialized autism treatment center in the nation. 
Founded by Bertram A. Ruttenberg, M.D.,the Center is a private, non-profit organization that focuses on treating individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorders. The Center provides year-round, comprehensive evaluation, treatment and training services to children, adults and families throughout the Delaware Valley.