About Fighting For Autism?
Fighting For Autism with the help of many businesses like Premier beats Australia and Sydney Premier Web works with many communities and different cultures across the globe to raise autism awareness across indigenous, Islamic and Buddhist Cultures through Music, Gym and Fitness, Mixed Martial Arts, Hip Hop / Beat Box Workshops, Song Writing Classes, Weekend Camps and more.
Around the world male and female warriors of the ring and the octagon, along with many other athletes, have put up their hands to spread awareness of autism through Fighting for Autism.
Winning the Fight for Autism
Every time the professional fighters meet their opponents in the ring and the octagon, they must focus on their personal strengths – from physical and mental toughness to psychological and emotional drive. It’s all about being a warrior.
Christian Mitchell, founder and president of Fighting for Autism, feels much the same way. An autism awareness and advocacy charitable organization, Fighting for Autism operates several initiatives through the professional Mixed Martial Arts (MMA), Boxing, Muay Thai and Brazilian Jiu-jitsu markets. To Mitchell, Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), a condition that affects 1 in every 68 children, is a cause well worth fighting for.
Fighting for Autism has a worldwide presence with headquarters in Sydney, Australia, (led by Mitchell) which oversees Australia, New Zealand and Pacific Island Operations, as well as operational sites in London, United Kingdom, (led by Managing Director of European Operations, Paul Greany) which oversees all European Operations. Longtime Missouri fight official and judge Brian Higginbotham manages all U.S., Canadian and Caribbean operations.
Fighting for Autism’s long-term goals include developing and operating various autism therapy and educational centers around the world. Their long-term objective is to establish a single facility focused on autism, much like a shopping center, with autism-specific businesses, parks, pools, doctors and therapists. It is also their aim to build parks and other recreational facilities geared toward children and adults with ASD.
As Fighting for Autism grows and strives to reach its mission to improve the lives of ASD families, they must rely on the support and financial assistance through donations. Business and individual contributions, sponsorships and fundraising events are necessary to achieve long-term goals. In addition to collecting much-needed funding, organizing public events such as a run/walk/bike event, sports tournament, picnic, meet and greet, carwash, toy drive and/or raffle brings awareness to the ASD community and its needs. This commitment, ultimately, will help win the fight.