Run4Autism returns to Dublin’s Corkagh Park

The AsIAm 5K Run4Autism is set to return to Corkagh Park, Clondalkin, on Sunday, July28

by Rachel Cunningham
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This year marks the sixth anniversary of the run, and charity ambassador, Rory O’Connor best known as ‘Rory’s Stories’, will lead out pack in preparation for his Dublin City Marathon run in aid of AsIAm this October. 

As the father of an Autistic child, Rory took on the challenge to raise more awareness and foster a supportive community for parents.

The 5km route at Corkagh Park, known as Georgia’s Way, is named after community member Georgia Callan who died in  2018. 

The run welcomes everyone to get involved, whether they’re a member of the autistic community or just want to show their support, walkers, strollers and runners of all abilities are encouraged to join.

Join Rory in a Marathon Journey to Raise Autism Awareness! Rory O’Connor, known as “Rory’s Stories,” and Adam Harris (CEO, AsIAm ,Ireland’s Autism Charity) at the announcement that he’ll run the Dublin marathon for AsIAm. Picture Julien Behal

Registration open at 11am with the run kicking-off at 12pm, the day starts with the 5K run, followed by fun for all ages including face painting, a Lego tent, mini-zoo and a magician. 

All funds raised will directly support AsIAm’s family and adult support programmes.

“This year’s event is special, as we celebrate our 10th anniversary. Our goal is to raise €40,000 to expand our support programs for the autistic community. 

“We need your help to continue our work in giving autistic people equal opportunities. Run4Autism is a highlight of our year, and I encourage everyone to sign up and join in the fun.”

Participants will receive branded merchandise and refreshments. Register now at

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