Findlay Automotive Group donates $20,000 for autism support
The donation to Grant a Gift Autism Foundation will support Ackerman Autism Center in Las Vegas.
“Once again, the Findlay family and Findlay Automotive Group are reaching out to help others in Las Vegas,” Lotus Broadcasting general manager Tony Bonnici, a member of the Grant a Gift Autism Foundation's board of directors, said in a press release. “Thanks to the donation, a room in the center is being dedicated to benefit the children and families who are affected by autism.”
The center offers a team of doctors, psychologists, speech and behavioral therapists, plus treatment, care and support services for those facing autism.
“Having been personally affected by autism, it was an easy decision to step up and help the Ackerman Autism Center," Findlay Automotive Group operations director Robby Findlay said. "Autism diagnoses have grown so rapidly in the past ten years that traditional funding sources can’t keep up with the need. The team at the center provide unbelievable services, and we will continue to support them for years to come."
Lynda Tache, founder and CEO of Grant a Gift Autism Foundation, expressed her gratitude
“Grant a Gift Autism Foundation is so grateful to Findlay Automotive Group for their recent gift to our organization,” she said. “Because of their commitment to the community and generous support to our organization, we are able to continue to change the lives of families and individuals living with autism in Southern Nevada, by helping them reach their full potential and live with maximum independence."
For more information about the foundation, visit www.grantagiftautismfoundation.org.