The 30th Celebration Benefits Individuals and Families Affected By Autism in Georgia.
Symbolically lighting the way for individuals with autism, the Candlelight Ball is the major fundraising event for the Autism Foundation of Georgia. March 21 marks the Autism Foundation of Georgia’s 30th Anniversary.
Formerly known as CADEF: The Childhood Autism Foundation, The Autism Foundation of Georgia’s Candlelight Ball’s proceeds support the organization’s mission of providing programs and services supporting those affected by autism such as those offered by the Model Classroom- Autism Skills for Life, The Emory Autism Center and others.
“This year’s gala represents a major milestone for us at The Autism Foundation of Georgia. For thirty years, the state of Georgia has turned out in impressive numbers to help raise money to help fund programs and services benefiting individuals affected by autism,” said Mary Jo Duffy, Committee Member of AGF.
The event will feature a seated dinner, live and silent auctions and entertainment.