October 30, 2016 – Springfield, PA – Elwyn has been known for over 150 years as one of the best providers of autism services for kids and adults, and Elwyn is able to do so thanks to the support of generous donors. Elwyn’s biggest annual fundraising event is the Elwyn Ball, and tickets have gone on sale for the 2017 edition of this well-loved gala.
The black-tie affair will be held on Friday, April 7, 2017 at the Springfield Country Club in Springfield, PA. The event begins at 6:30PM with cocktails, followed by a full dinner and dancing.
The Elwyn Ball is a perfect opportunity for generous donors in Pennsylvania, New Jersey, and Delaware to enjoy an evening of entertainment while supporting a truly noble cause. Elwyn is able to help over 13,000 people around the country with the support of sponsorships. A wide variety of sponsorship opportunities are available at many levels. Elwyn is a 501(c)(3) registered tax-deductible charity.
The evening will feature a live DJ as well as a live auction, with all proceeds going to outfit classrooms at Elwyn’s Leaman Center. Donations allowing, other planned events include karaoke, caricature artists, games, and a balloon artist.
Those interested in helping Elwyn and seeking more details about sponsorship opportunities should call 610-891-2002 or e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org. With a little help, 2017 can be the best year yet for Elwyn’s many autistic children and adults with mental disabilities.
Elwyn is one of the oldest organizations in America devoted to providing autism services for kids as well as adults. Elwyn’s history stretches back to the mid-19th Century, and throughout that time Elwyn has remained committed to their core mission: maximizing the potential of all individuals who enter Elwyn, regardless of their personal challenges, in a caring and respectful manner. Elwyn has locations in New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Delaware, and California, all dedicated to improving the lives of developmentally challenged individuals and their families.
For more information, visit https://www.elwyn.org or contact 610-891-2000.