Some of the most talented Italian-Australian entertainers will give voice to the cause of autism at Club Marconi on Friday, November 21st.
Organised by entertainer JOHN ST. PEETERS, the concert will bring together fourteen (14) Italian-Australians including Teresa Vee,Tony Di Marti, Roseanno Gallo who will help raise awareness on autism as well as funds to support the work of the Autism Advisory & Support Service (AASS).
Over the years John has organised some of the biggest names in Australian Showbiz to perform for AASS to help raise awareness and funds.
“When I first met Grace I couldn’t believe this ladies passion to help children with autism and parents who are trying to find the answers. Not only does Grace do so much to help other people, but she also finds the time to help her two beautiful sons”, said John St Peeters.
This year’s theme is AN ITALIAN EVENT FOR AUTISM.
“Autism Advisory and Support Service (AASS) are grateful to John St Peeters for organising An Italian Event for Autism,” said Grace Fava, the founder and President of Autism Advisory and Support Service (AASS).
Grace two boys both have Autism and Global Developmental Delay.
“John has been a wonderful ambassador for AASS, producing this event for the past 3 years. We extend our thanks to the Management of Club Marconi and our special thanks go to all the sponsors, in particular Beloka Water”.
“This event will assist AASS raise much needed funds to continue our valuable work. More importantly, AASS can raise awareness for Autism and the families and carers affected by this disorder that effects more children than childhood cancer, diabetes and Aids combined. Sadly Autism does not receive the awareness or funds these issues do.”
Grace and a wonderful group of parents of children with Autism have set out to fill the void in the health care sector encountered by families of children with Autism.
There are also major Italian-Australian organisations and companies who have also been brought on board to support this important event, including Club Marconi and Beloka Water.
AASS is a not for profit charity, and relies on funding grants, donations and sponsorships to meet its operational costs. AASS has grown in size since its inception and has increased its range of service to assist families Australia wide, and even families from around the world and families affected by other disabilities.
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