Lakeridge Falls Women’s Club Raises $3,000
- Written by Josh Hirsch
PRESS RELEASE – (November 16, 2011) The Lakeridge Falls Women’s Club held their annual charity dinner on Sunday, November 6, 2011 with 100% of the proceeds benefitting The Palm Beach School for Autism. With these funds, the School will be purchasing books for the library, educational computer programs and outdoor recreational equipment. Over 100 guests enjoyed homemade Italian food and freshly baked desserts as they were entertained by the very talented Suzi Cruz.
“There are many residents in our community whose family members are personally affected by autism,” said Terry Natale, Event Chair. “We were grateful to learn of such a wonderful school here in our community doing so much for these children. Never did we expect to have a sold-out event raise this much money for the School.”
ABOUT THE PALM BEACH SCHOOL FOR AUTISM
The Palm Beach School for Autism, a charter school located in Lantana, Florida provides a developmentally appropriate education using intensive behavioral strategies for students with autism spectrum disorder and related disabilities. It addresses the learning needs of its students through individual educational plans, a highly trained teaching staff and choice of curricula to suit the student’s needs. The Palm Beach School for Autism has established strong community partnerships with many local organizations including: Autism Speaks, School District of Palm Beach County, Florida Atlantic University’s Center for Autism and Related Disabilities, Surfers for Autism and the Spirit of Giving Network.
For more information about The Palm Beach School for Autism, please contact Josh Hirsch at (561) 533-9917 or via e-mail at JoshH@pbsfa.org. You can also find us on the Web at www.pbsfa.org
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