Raising funds for specialty high school
Aspect Central Coast will hold a gala fundraiser at Ettalong Diggers on September 6.
Aspect representative Ms Bobby Redman said that, while Aspect Central Coast was excelling at offering services and programs for primary school aged students with autism, it was limited in what it could offer high school aged students.
The gala would act as a fundraiser for Aspect Central Coast High School, she said.
Ms Redman said Aspect hoped to see as many people as possible attend the gala with all proceeds from ticket sales to be put towards the high school program.
She said Aspect was an Australian not-for-profit organisation that provided opportunities for people with autism or other disabilities through support, education and information services.
The organisation has eight specialty schools across the country including one at Terrigal that offered satellite classes at private and public schools for students unable to travel including Woy Woy's St John the Baptist School.
Newsletter, 27 Aug 2019
Vic Deeble, Rotary Club of Woy Woy
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