Harvest of Hope

par AUTISM SOCIETY OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR INC.

  • samedi, 05 octobre 2019 de 7:30 Après-midi à dimanche, 06 octobre 2019 12:00 Matin (HAT)
  • Elaine Dobbin Centre for Autism 70 Clinch Crescent, St. John's, NL A1B 4G8

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One admission to ASNL's 3rd annual Harvest of Hope

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Join us on Saturday, October 5, 2019 for the 3rd annual Harvest of Hope in support of Autism Society, Newfoundland & Labrador. 

WHO WE ARE

Autism Society, Newfoundland & Labrador (ASNL) is dedicated to fostering the development of individual, lifelong, and community-based supports and services for people with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), their families and caregivers. Our vision is a province where people with ASD and their families are respected, and where they receive services and supports based on their individualized differences, needs and preferences. Through programming, engagement and outreach, advocacy and awareness, we are making a real difference in people's lives every day. 

HARVEST OF HOPE

In everything we do, we consider nurturing an individual's potential. We're lucky to be a part of people's journey to grow friendships, skills, new experiences, goals and community connections. In Fall 2017, we wanted to show these themes through an event we call The Harvest of Hope. Since then, this event has raised over $125,000 for our programs and services across the province. We need your help to reach our $100,000 goal for 2019! We welcome you into our home at The Elaine Dobbin Centre for Autism for an evening of food, music, friendship and giving.  

Détails

SOCIAL ENTERPRISE

There are many things about this event that make us proud, but perhaps the biggest is how we have integrated our two social enterprises into the Harvest. Hors d'oeuvres are prepared and served by The Pantry Café & Catering, using produce grown onsite in our market gardens by Good Roots Gardening. 

Both enterprises employ individuals with autism; both put net revenues directly back into the services and supports we provide. By partnering with us as a sponsor or by attending as a guest, you will be connected with some exceptional themes.

SUSTAINABILITY

We operate a closed-loop food production system between Good Roots Gardening and The Pantry Café & Catering.

FOOD SECURITY

We seeded, grew and harvested over 440 pounds of herbs, veggies and berries in 2018.

WASTE DIVERSION

Since 2015, we diverted 6,000 pounds of organic waste from landfill thanks to our composting practices. That's more than the size of an average Hippopotamus!

COMMUNITY

Since 2014, we seeded, grew and harvested 500 pounds of potatoes and 50 pounds of carrots to donate to Bridges to Hope Food Aid Centre. 

EVENT DETAILS

DATE

Saturday, October 5, 2019

TIME

7:30pm - Midnight

LOCATION

Elaine Dobbin Centre for Autism

70 Clinch Crescent, St. John's, NL A1B 4G8

TICKETS

$300 each (with $200 tax receipt)

HOST & AUCTIONEER

VOCM's Paddy Daly

ENTERTAINMENT

Live Musical Performance by Sherman Downey

Live & Silent Auctions

Dance

Mingle, socialize and renew acquaintances while enjoying complimentary food & drinks.

SPONSORSHIP OPPORTUNITIES

For more event information or to request a Sponsorship Package, please reach out to Jennifer Brown.

CONTACT

Jennifer Brown

Coordinator, Fundraising & Events

T: 709.722.2803 ext. 232

E: jbrown@autism.nf.net

W: www.autism.nf.net

@AutismSocietyNL

#ASNLHarvest2019

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Elaine Dobbin Centre for Autism
70 Clinch Crescent, St. John's, NL A1B 4G8

5 octobre 2019
samedi, 5 octobre 2019 7:30 Après-midi (HAT)

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Autism Society, Newfoundland & Labrador
70 Clinch Crescent
St. John's , NL
A1B 4G8

À propos de cet organisme

Autism Society, Newfoundland & Labrador (ASNL) is dedicated to fostering the development of individual, lifelong, and community-based supports and services for people with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), their families and caregivers. Our vision is a province where people with ASD and their families are respected, and where they receive services and supports based on their individualized differences, needs and preferences. Through programming, engagement and outreach, advocacy and awareness, we are making a real difference in people's lives every day.