Virtual 12th Annual Ray of Hope Gala
Benefiting Friends of South Florida Autism, Inc., the event will support our new campus and community outreach center.2020, Gala Guide
We are very excited to invite you to participate in the Virtual 12th Annual Ray of Hope Gala, benefiting Friends of South Florida Autism, Inc. (FSFA) Our annual Ray of Hope Gala is an especially important event, as all proceeds support the ongoing construction of our new school campus and community outreach center. This state-of-the-art facility will offer educational programs for students from Kindergarten up to the age of 22, and community outreach services including early intervention, a therapy clinic, out-of-school services, a family fitness center, adult programming, vocational training and job opportunities, community workshops and professional development.
As you can imagine, the COVID-19 pandemic has caused disruption in all industries, including education. As COVID-19 continues to spread the future has never felt so uncertain and given the circumstances, we’ve had to cancel some of our fundraising efforts. Although we are proud to state that we continue to serve our students and families with the same level of excellence, we are seeking support to ensure that this can continue for whatever amount of time it will take for our community to recover, and beyond then, too.
Your support will allow us to continue providing these vital services to even more families, and assist the construction of our new facility, which will not only provide wrap-around services to the entire South Florida region, but also serve as a replicable model for Autism intervention. With your help, we will improve the lives of many individuals who are affected by Autism.
Further details will be announced, at www.friendsofsfa.org, as well as sponsorship information.
About Friends of South Florida Autism
FSFA raises funds in support of South Florida Autism Charter Schools, Inc., South Florida Autism Center, Inc., and The Villages of South Florida Autism, Inc.; organizations that provide services to individuals most severely affected by Autism.