Hill Top Student met Eagles Autism Challenge

Ella Ferris '20 finished in the top 6% of runners (132 out of 2000) at last Saturday's Eagles Autism Challenge. In order to participate, Ella raised more than $700. In exchange for all of her hard work, Ella got to meet several members of the Philadelphia Eagles including Carson Wentz and Eagles President Don Smolenski. Carson Wentz even signed her jersey!

 

From their Website: “The Eagles Autism Challenge is dedicated to raising funds for innovative research and programs to help unlock the mystery of autism. By providing the necessary resources to doctors and scientists at leading institutions, we will be able to assist those currently affected by autism as well as future generations. Our event aims to inspire and engage the community, so together, we can provide much needed support to make a lasting impact in the field of autism.”

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