Giving

Magic Moments

For the list of Winners of Take a Chance on Saturday evening, please Click Here.

We want to "Thank" everyone who donated, sponsored and attended The Kennedy Center's Magic Moments LIVE event benefiting The Kennedy Center Autism Project on Saturday night.  It was a great evening and the concert performed by Steve Scales & Friends was amazing!  We hope everyone that attended had a great time and will join us again next year.

Magic Moments is the main funding source for The Kennedy Center Autism Project.  To provide these critical services to children with Autism Spectrum Disorder and their families we rely on the dollars raised at this event to help us continue to provide comprehensive programs at AFFORDABLE rates for All families in our community.


 

 


Magic Moment LIVE Sponsors

RED CAPE SPONSOR

Jeff Dworken & Family

MAGIC HAT SPONSORS

Kristine & Pietro Andres

The Carroll Family Fund

Mike Dworken

The Horton Family

WHITE GLOVE SPONSOR

Chris and Liz Blanco & Family

Susan & Peter Evensen

SILVER RING SPONSORS

Peter and Anne Foley

Frontier Communications

Michael Lynch-Barnum Financial Group

Pediatric Healthcare Associates

The Tarian Group LLC / Pillar To Post Home Inspectors - New Haven County

SPIRIT SPONSOR - Connecticut Distributors

2016 Pictures

EVENT HISTORY: Parents from our Birth to Three Program who had a child with autism wanted to help us start an Autism Program for children age 4 to 21 years. In 2007, they created and chaired Magic Moments and from the monies raised that evening we were able to start The Autism Project. The Kennedy Center developed this much needed program in support of children with autism spectrum disorders. The program provides these children and their families with a variety of afterschool programs, resource and referral resources, seminars and advocacy, respite and social activity groups plus parenting and sibling support groups. Magic Moments remains the main funding source for The Autism Project and has enabled The Autism Project to touch the lives of over 500 local children and their families.