105.7 The Fan presents Wire to Wire, a Facebook Live Stream on October 18 at 7 p.m. from the CBS Up Close Performance Studio with three members of the 1997 Orioles team – BJ Surhoff, Mike Bordick and Cal Ripkin, Jr.!
This event is benefiting the Pathfinders for Autism and will be hosted by Rob Long from 105.7 The Fan.
Pathfinders For Autism (PFA) is a non-profit founded in 2000 in order to provide resources, support and education free of charge for those affected by Autism Spectrum Disorder. PFA’s passionate staff and personally-invested board members pride themselves in providing valuable tools from a source that people can trust without imposing bias.
Autism affects 1 in every 55 Maryland children, 1 in 34 boys, and is the fastest-growing developmental disorder in the country. For over 17 years, Pathfinders for Autism has been dedicated to improving the lives of individuals with autism and the people who care for them. We help people with day-to-day challenges, and are here for them from the very first moment that they find out their child has autism, all the way through the lifespan. We accomplish this through a variety of resources, programs, and services, all of which are offered FREE of charge. Last year Pathfinders assisted nearly 20,000 Maryland residents through our Resource Center; parent & professional workshop series, and inclusive community based recreation opportunities for the entire family. Additionally, PFA has trained thousands of Maryland First Responders so that they are better prepared when interacting with individuals with autism and related disabilities in an emergency situation.
PFA is a recipient of the Standards for Excellence certification from The Maryland Association of Nonprofit Organizations, a national recognition for achieving the highest standards of ethics, effectiveness, and accountability and is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization (Tax ID #52-2226573) and all donations are tax-deductible.
Donate to Pathfinders for Autism here.