Victory Royale Casino Night – 14th Annual Gala
Benefits the Victory Center for Autism and Related Disabilities
Saturday, March 15, 2014, at 7 p.m.
Westin Diplomat Resort and Spa
3555 South Ocean Drive, Hollywood
305-466-1142, Ext. 212 (Patricia Rosen)
Win Big at the “Victory Royale Casino Night” and Support Children and Families affected with Autism in South Florida.
Roll the dice and win BIG for The Victory Center for Autism and Related Disabilities! Join us for a great night of Vegas-style excitement, while helping out a good cause at the same time. The 14th Annual Gala will benefit The Victory Center for Autism and Related Disabilities, a 501(c)3 non-profit organization that works to provide education and services to children and families with Autism Kristina Morales, Allie Manzini, GALA Co-Chairs Rhonda Hill and Karin Gongee and similar disorders in a secure and stimulating learning environment in South Florida.
Marking our 14th year, we will be honoring Mrs. Nancy Brown, President of The Fritch Foundation, for her leadership, generosity, and for making a difference not only for The Victory Center but for our community as a whole in South Florida.
Hundreds of guests are expected to attend. Supporters include prominent members of the banking, real estate, building and legal communities. The event draws from the diverse South Florida community, from South Dade to West Palm Beach.
Sponsorships opportunities and tickets are available. Individual tickets are $195 each and can be obtained by contacting Patricia Rosen, Executive Director for The Victory Center, at 305-466-1142, Ext. 212, or PRosen@TheVictorySchool.org.
To learn more, visit www.TheVictoryCenterForAutism.org.
About The Victory Center for Autism and Related Disabilities
The mission of The Victory Center, a Florida non-sectarian, non–for-profit corporation, is to provide children with Autism and similar disorders comprehensive individualized therapy. The students receive one-to-one/two-to-one student-teacher ratio therapy within a classroom setting based on the principals pioneered by B.F. Skinner and his Applied Behavior Analysis. The money raised at the “Victory Royale Casino Night” will help fund The Victory Center’s educational programs and services. such as Early Intensive Behavioral Intervention (EIBI), the Victory Academy and the Victory Vocational Program.
Judi Nelson, Co-Founder, states, “One-to-one and two-to-one Applied Behavioral Analysis intervention within a classroom setting is what sets The Victory Center apart from any other autism program in South Florida and is the key to success for our students, who face serious challenges. The Victory Center combines the intensive, individualized instruction that children with autism need with the facilitated social interaction they often lack. We focus on the whole child, not just academics but life skills and social behavior as well. This is why our programs and services are so unique within the community.”