Partying for a good cause? Sign me up! Mark your calenders for Saturday, December 11, as the Asperger’s Awareness Council of the NYU Child Study Center celebrates their 2nd annual event to raise money for young children with Asperger’s Syndrome.
Asperger’s Syndrome is a functioning autism spectrum disorder, which is characterized by different levels of impairment of communicative skills, learning advances and behaviors. Individuals involved with the organization are using money donated to help these children and their families who may have limited resources for getting more aid for their children.
This event is being held at the beautiful Chelsea Art Museum, (556 W. 22nd Street), and will feature amazing music, raffles, a silent auction among other great surprises.
See below for the invitation and get more details. Click here to purchase tickets OR donate, which are now $65 and will increase in price after November 24.
If you know you will be going out on Saturday night, use this money that you’d probably be spending on drinks for you and your friends and put it towards a good cause!