Birmingham, Ala. — The Autism Society of Alabama board of directors will be hosting the annual Autism Shines Gala to raise funds for the benefit of individuals with autism in Alabama.
The fundraiser, which was formerly known as the FROG Affair, will be holding silent auction of items that include several artworks and numerous paintings from the state’s local artists, auburn Alabama-related items, three pairs of Ray-Bans from the local Schaeffer Eye Center, and a jersey signed by Alabama Crimson Tide running back Derrick Henry at the University of Alabama in which he wrote “help solve the puzzle”, among others.
Live and silent auctions of jewelries and vacations are also going to be held at the gala.
In an effort to recognize their hard work and passion, a number of awards will be presented to individuals who have made a difference to the autism community in the state by the Autism Society of Alabama during the gala.
The Autism Shines Gala is happening on Saturday, Aug. 22, at the Birmingham Marriott Hotel in Grandview Parkway.
The gala will be featuring good food for its seated dinner, as well as live music. The event will start at 6pm and is expected to end around 10 pm.
Source: WVTM13 News: Autism Shines Gala to benefit Autism Society of Alabama