Richmond, California – August 20th, 2014 – California Autism Foundation (CAF), the leading provider of full life services to people with autism and other developmental disabilities in California, has just announced their 31st anniversary gala, with the theme: “Celebrating Our Past. Defining Our Future.” The gala will be held on Friday, October 17th, 2014, at The Box SF in San Francisco, CA.
The gala will serve as a platform for introducing CAF’s new leadership team, who embody the non-profit’s important mission of providing people with autism and other developmental disabilities the best possible opportunities.
“We can’t wait to show off the new CAF to California,” says Valisha Fullard, the Executive Director of the California Autism Foundation. “The gala will demonstrate just how CAF has made a difference in our community, and share our plans for an even larger impact for people with autism and other developmental disabilities in the future.”
The CAF Gala will feature a premium open bar with a cocktail hour from 6-7 pm, a special celebrity guest, and heavy hors d’oeuvres from 7-9:30 pm. The gala will also feature a silent auction from 6-9 pm and guests will enjoy amazing live music performed by Dirty Cello. All proceeds will benefit CAF’s continued efforts to improve the quality of life for people with autism, including outreach programs, educational and vocational training, and residential programs.
WHO: California Autism Foundation
WHAT: 31 Years Celebration Fundraising Gala
WHEN: Friday, October 17th, 2014 from 6-9:30pm
WHERE: The Box SF http://www.theboxsf.com/
1069 Howard Street in San Francisco, California
Guests are encouraged to wear causal cocktail attire.
About California Autism Foundation:
The mission of the California Autism Foundation is to provide people with autism and other developmental disabilities the best possible opportunities for lifetime support, training and assistance to help them reach their highest potential for independence, productivity, and fulfillment. Learn more about CAF’s mission by visiting their website at http://www.calautism.org/.
Devin James, PR Manager