Homes for Autism is having its 22nd Annual
Ring of Hope Dinner 6 p.m. Saturday, Oct.
13, at The Village Club in Bloomfield Hills.
This year’s gala fundraiser begins with a
private reception and features dining, special
entertainment, dancing, and silent auction. At the black-tie optional event, Homes for Autism will present, in memoriam, Bob Wangbichler with its 2018 Golden Ring of Hope Award; Mr. Wangbichler was one of the founders of our charity. Representing Christ the Redeemer Catholic Church in Lake Orion, Father Joseph
Dailey, Karen Swietlik, and Mike Evola will be presented with 2018 Golden Service Awards.
Homes for Autism provides and maintains homes for adults with autism and developmental disabilities. Our Ring of Hope Dinner celebrates the independence of our residents with autism and their families’ hopes and dreams. Sponsorship packages are available. For more information, call 586-477-0493, visit homesforautism.org, or email email@example.com.
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