TeamUp with Autism Speaks to create a kinder world for people with autism!

TeamUp is the Autism Speaks endurance fundraising program that invites you to challenge yourself, push your limits and achieve your goals while fueling our mission. Race run or ride no matter how you TeamUp, your participation empowers us to provide crucial resources, research, advocacy and support to meet urgent needs today and ensure a brighter future tomorrow.

TeamUp events include the world's most popular races (from 5Ks to marathons!), cycling adventures and Autism Speaks runs of various distances in local communities nationwide.

Let's move together toward a kinder, more inclusive world.

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Run global.

Compete in the world’s most prestigious (and fun!) endurance events.

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Ride with purpose.

Pedal beyond your limits while fundraising to enhance lives today.

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Race local.

Participate in one of our 5K or 8K races in a community near you. Learn More

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Introducing TeamUp Your Way…

Now you can participate in any race, when you want and where you want with TeamUp Your Way! Get started in just a few minutes.

Life on the Spectrum

Chris I. | 27 Years Old

"I’m proud of the fact that I can drive a car on my own, go from place to place and get to my appointments. Being independent is pretty important because sooner or later all of us will have to learn it one way or another."

Dashaun & Daylen V.

"At the end of the day, like any other parent, you want your kids to be happy. You not only want them to be healthy and happy, but the best Daylen and DaShaun that they can be."

What Drives Us

Today 1 in 54 children in the US is diagnosed with autism.*

What Makes Us Unique

Autism Speaks' effort fuel innovative research and critical lifelong supports and services.

How We Help

Autism Speaks has funded nearly $150M, primarily in scientific grants, resulting in an additional $396M of publicly-sourced autism-related funding.

*Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) prevalence estimates are for 4 years prior to the report date (e.g. 2016 figures are from 2012)