Connecting for Kids will hold its 4th Annual Fundraiser from 6:30 to 10:00 p.m. on Friday, February 26, 2016, at Ahern Catering & Banquet Center, 726 Avon Belden Rd. (Rt. 83) in Avon Lake. The cost for the evening is $65.00 per person which includes dinner, cocktails and dessert. Discounted tickets are available for Table Sponsors (10 tickets for $600.00).
The evening will feature a grand raffle with Florida and Cancun vacations, a silent auction, wine pull, DJ and dancing. All proceeds from the event will benefit Connecting for Kids, a nonprofit organization that provides education and support for families with questions or concerns about their child. The fundraiser is being sponsored by Olympic Forest Products.
For more information or to reserve your tickets, visit www.connectingforkids.org/2016fundraiser. For questions, firstname.lastname@example.org or call 440-250-5563. The deadline to purchase tickets is Friday, February 19, 2016.
At the event, we will be honoring our Professional of the Year, Amy L. Lee, Ph.D., Pediatric Psychologist, Center for Pediatric Behavioral Health, Cleveland Clinic Children’s, who resides in Westlake; Media Person of the Year, Kevin Kelley, Reporter, West Life Newspaper, who resides in North Olmsted; and Parent of the Year, Stacy Miner of Rocky River.
About Connecting for Kids
Connecting for Kids offers education and support for families with questions or concerns about their child, with a focus on children birth through age 12. A formal diagnosis, such as an autism spectrum disorder or ADHD, is not required to receive information or participate in Connecting for Kids’ programs. Resources are available for a number of concerns, including but not limited to, anxiety, attention, food allergies, sensory, and speech-language. Families can attend innovative, free programming and learn how to improve their child’s behavior, social skills and more. The organization also offers support groups, a Parent Match Program and numerous resources to empower parents to enable their child to reach his or her full potential. If your child is struggling, you’re not alone. Connecting for Kids can help.