Lose 4 Autism Raises $60k As 75 Participants Race For $25,000 Prize; New Participants Welcome

With 75 participants and $60,000 raised, the Lose4Autism program is well underway. Walk into the gym at any hour of the day or night and you will be greeted by a unique and inspiring scene:

A fun and innovative way to jump-start your diet, Lose4Autism kicked off on November 11th with the “Last Meal“, and participants are now enjoying  free gym memberships, online coaching, and cash incentives building up to a Grand Prize of $25,000 for the Biggest Loser.

Proceeds from Lose 4 Autism, will be used directly to support Imrei Binah, the only Lakewood, NJ pre-school catering specifically to children on the autism spectrum.

You can still join the contest by registering here. The contest runs for another 90 days.

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  1. I think its totally inapropriate to reference the “Last meal” on afrum website unless of course you had no idea what it refers to, and in that case i would suggest you research it.

  2. I am on the program. Its agreat program I already lost over 10 pounds its great to meet others in the gym and around town it really gives me support to see the oilem motivated.

  3. For old, fat, out-of-shape guys like me, this is a wonderful incentive for us to get in shape & lose some weight. I joined less than 2 days ago & I already lost over 8 ozs.Thanx, R Zalmy, ur the Best !! Dudi B.

  4. Imrei Binah is the greatest. I have a son that attends the school. Rabbi sortzkin and the whole staff have created a dream of an enviorment for children on the spectrum. Of course as a parent I wish to think this is all a bad dream but truthfully with my son in Imrei Binah which is using the hightest standars of intervention maybe one day it will all seem like it was just a bad dream.

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