The Richardson Foundation Presents

The 7th Annual
Wrestle Against Autism  

About the Event

This event started in 2007 with a group of high school wrestling officials who were looking for a way to give back to their local community.  The event is now in its 7th year and has grown to include hundreds of wrestlers from across the states, clinics lead by Olympic wrestlers, college and high school officials and many volunteers from throughout Ohio.

In 2013 Wrestle Against Autism joined forces with The Richardson Foundation, an official 501(c)3 charitable organization.  The collaboration began with The Richardson Foundation's simplistic motto of "help us help many!"  This created an instant bond of a great charitable event and non-profit charitable organization working towards the same effort of being dedicated to compassion, community and helping those in need.

The purpose of this event is to provide necessities such as specifically trained service dogs, home improvements, camp equipment and other essentials for families living with autism.  Each year we strive to increase our goals so we can not only assist more families but also expand community awareness.


Can't make the event....


You can still support this wonderful cause by clicking on the donate button above!

See how others are sharing their stories to inspire/help many and support Wrestle Against Autism

Another great tournament in the books!!!

Thank you to everyone who came out and supported the event!!

Also a big thank you goes out to all our event support staff, officials and volunteers who donated their Saturday and Sunday to help make our event a success!  We can't thank you enough!!

While we have already started planning for next year's event, we ask that you continue to support The Richardson Foundation and checkout some of our other events that will support other causes and families in need!