The third annual Autism MVP Foundation Walk Event is set for Sunday, November 5 at Thompson Park in Lincroft, New Jersey. Please join us for a great day of family fun, as we raise money for our programs, including a ground breaking initiative led by Monmouth University's Department of Education, where educators and paraprofessionals at an area school district will receive further training on how to work with children on the autism spectrum.
All walkers will receive a t-shirt, and there will be hot chocolate, coffee and donuts for everyone! Registration will begin at 9:30 a.m. and the walk will begin at 11:00 a.m. We'll have activities for the kids and special surprises for everyone! Registration is $25 for adults and $10 for children 12 and under. Registration info will be available in the spring.
A special thanks to sponsors Circle BMW, which has already committed to sponsoring the event. Other companies interested in supporting the event should call Keith Green at 732-870-7977.
SECOND ANNUAL "BREWING AWARENESS FOR AUTISM"
FUNDRAISER SET FOR APRIL 29 AT BEACH HAUS BREWERY
The second annual Brewing Awarness for Autism fundraiser will be held on Saturuday, April 29 2017 from 7:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m. at the Beach Haus Brewery in Belmar, NJ. This year's fundraiser will feature the addition of a silent auction and is expected to sell out.
Tickets for adults 21 and over are $55 and include a buffet dinner, dessert, a sampler flight of beer, one pint of beer and live entertainment from the Paul Marino band . Legal identification must be shown at the door. Adults under 21 can purchase tickets at the student rate of $35. Tickets can be purchased via the "Buy Now" button in the box below. For additional updates on the event, including a list of silent auction items, be sure to follow and "like" our Facebook page.
Money raised from the event will fund the foundation's various initiatives, including a groundbreaking program led by Monmouth University's Department of Education. That program, which is currently underway in five school districts throughout New Jersey, is providing further training to area public school teachers and paraprofessionals on how to better work with students who have autism.