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Paint the Path to Autism Research Color Run

A team for COLD SPRING HARBOR LABORATORY

  • $6,330
    Raised
  • 77
    Donors
  • 22
    Fundraisers

This campaign already ended. We hope you like the results!

$6,330 raised of $5,000

Paint the Path to Autism Research: a Color Run to Benefit Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory

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name dollars donors

1

Sam Sitinas

Hotchkiss Color Run

$1,805 18

2

Joanna Masi

Joanna Masiyiwa

$1,370 5

3

Hotchkiss 2016

Stephanie de Lesseps

$1,300 23

4

Olive Cowan

Olive Cowan

$615 11

5

Isabelle Haberstock

Hotchkiss Color Run

$420 8

6

Claire Gould

Color Run Fundraising 2016

$250 1

7

Serena Barkley

Hotchkiss Color Run

$235 4

8

Maya Gibbs

Maya Gibbs

$160 4

9

Nick Bermingham

Hotchkiss Color Run

$125 2

10

Isabel Leeds

Isabel Leeds

$50 1

11

Camila Toro

Camila Toro

$0 0

12

Emma Contiguglia

Hotchkiss Color Run

$0 0

13

Serena Barkley

Hotchkiss Color Run

$0 0

14

SK Hurlock

Hotchkiss Color Run

$0 0

15

Julia Chen

Julia Chen

$0 0

16

Calla Khilnani

Paint the Path to Autism Research 2016!

$0 0

17

Nia Talley

Hotchkiss Color Run

$0 0

18

Amadou Camara

The Hotchkiss Color Run!

$0 0

19

Emma Lukens

Emma Lukens

$0 0

20

Anne Sidamon-Eristoff

Anne Elizabeth Color Run

$0 0

21

Colin Hussey

Colin Hussey

$0 0

22

Camila Toro

Isabel Wheeler

$0 0

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Second Annual Paint the Path to Autism Research Color Run to benefit Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory at The Hotchkiss School Cross Country Course

Sunday, May 15, 2016

1-3pm

Here's a short video about why we're raising money for autism research at Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xzYOV3cz3Mk&feature=youtu.be

About Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory

Currently celebrating its 125th anniversary, Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory (CSHL) has shaped contemporary biomedical research and education with programs in cancer, neuroscience, plant biology and quantitative biology. Home to 8 Nobel Prize winners, the private, non-profit Laboratory is more than 600 researchers and technicians strong. The Meetings & Courses program hosts more than 12,000 scientists from around the world each year on its campuses in Long Island and in Suzhou, China. The Laboratory's education arm also includes an academic publishing house, a graduate school and programs for middle and high school students and teachers. For more information, visit www.cshl.edu.

Team Captain

Bailey Stark Bailey Stark