Jefferson Holding a T-Shirt Design Contest for Eagles Autism Challenge

Eagles ContestJefferson (Philadelphia University + Thomas Jefferson University) is holding a student contest to design the University’s team shirt for the Eagles Autism Challenge.

The design must be one color and incorporate the words “Team Jefferson.” Send submissions in EPS, PNG or JPG format to by April 13. The winner will receive a signed Eagles helmet and, of course, will have his or her design featured on the team’s shirt the day of the event.

The Eagles Autism Challenge is an opportunity to join the team at Jefferson with longtime partners at the Philadelphia Eagles to make a positive difference, helping to generate new funding for autism research and treatment programs.

The one-day bike ride and family-friendly 5K run/walk will feature Eagles players, alumni, coaches, executives, cheerleaders and Swoop. Festivities will begin with a kick-off party at Lincoln Financial Field on Friday evening, May 18, and culminate Saturday, May 19, with a celebration on the field after crossing the finish line.

The Eagles Autism Challenge will direct 100 percent of participant-raised funds to autism research and/or programs at all beneficiary partner institutions—Jefferson and Jefferson Health, Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia and Drexel University.

Free registration is available for the next 100 runners/walkers and 35 bikers to join Team Jefferson. Use the promo codes Jefferson5K or JeffersonBike.

Click here for an event overview, and visit here to register with Team Jefferson.

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