TOWSON, Md. — A sea of blue filled the Johnny Unitas Stadium at Towson University Sunday morning.
Hundreds showed up for the Autism Speaks Walk to celebrate their fundraising achievements to further autism research, awareness, and resources.
Everyone who participated raised nearly $220,000, that went to Autism Speaks.
“I want everyone to feel like they belong. I also want people to have fun at this walk that's reasonable, but my main reason is to spread the word about autism and to make everyone feel like they belong,” said Conner of Team Conner's Crew
The top fundraising teams were Brennan's Brigade, Hank Rocks, and Team Azeem.
You can still donate by visiting autismspeaks.org.