The Ride2Live Project is a snowboard camp for teens with autism spectrum disorder. Ride2Live is a two nights / two days sleep away program that encourages families of children with ASD to work outside the confines of their normal day to day routine. With the guidance of ASF staff members, parents introduce their child to a number of new experiences. The goal of Ride2Live is to offer a camp where kids living with a disorder on the autism spectrum (and their families) can come together for outdoor recreation and healthy physical activity. A no less important goal is to encourage the children to grow socially in a nurturing, safe, and understanding environment. Fynanz, along with the Elder Family, Embroidme, and Abacus, have generously sponsored Ride2Live each year to guarantee that the program continues to serve our students with ASD and their families.