Still accepting handmade goodies to auction off for autism

9 Jul

So far, about a dozen people have indicated interest in donating goodies for the auction to raise money for Elim Christian Academy, the school my brother goes to. Joey has autism, and he has one more year left at the high school. Services for adults with autism in Illinois may be atrocious, but the state does let folks attend high school through their 21st year, which is wonderful.

Joey turns 21 on Aug. 16, which means he’s got a year left. But it’s more than that. The Web site states:

We thank you for your donation that will help provide important training to equip each child and adult to reach their highest God-given potential.

If you want to learn more, leave me a comment with your e-mail, and I’ll shoot you the auction details. It should cover any questions or concerns you might have in donating an item.

I am, for the record, still looking for a good name for this. “Auction for autism” seems a little too obvious.  “Handmade and heart felt”? “Goodies for good”? What do you think?

I'd love to hear what you think!

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