Yankees to Raise Money For Autism, While in Florida

Derek Jeter (Photo by: Martyna Borkowski/Rubenstein)

Derek Jeter and his fellow baseballer’s are hitting a homerun in the autism community as the team has agreed to give a special donation to the International Center for Autism Research and Education (ICare4Autism).

The special donation is grand-slam of a prize for any Yankees fan. This chance of a lifetime, is set to be auctioned off at the ICare4Autism 2010: Cocktail Gala.

CLICK to BUY: tickets HERE

What is the donation?

The donation is an experience package that is completely unattainable by the general public. The experience package includes a PRIVATE, VIP Tour of the legendary Yankee Stadium. However, it gets better, because this PRIVATE, VIP Tour is with a Yankees World Series Champion Player!

CLICK to BUY: tickets HERE

To purchase by telephone:

1-866-999-9735

The event, ICare4Autism 2010: Cocktail Gala, will be held in Tampa, Florida at the Florida Aquarium. The event will take place from 6pm-10pm on the evening of Thursday April 15th.

The gala is expected to attract approximately 3,000 attendees to the Florida Aquarium for an altruistic evening of memories. The event will feature celebrity appearances, a luxury auction, live music and complementary wine tasting.

Most importantly, the event will raise awareness and funds for Autism Research and Education for the neurological disorder that affects 1 in 91 children, 1 in 58 boys. These numbers are up 59% since 2002.

CLICK to BUY: tickets HERE

To purchase by telephone:

1-866-999-9735

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The event, ICare4Autism 2010: Cocktail Gala, will be held from 6pm-10pm on the evening of Thursday April 15th.The gala is expected to attract approximately 3,000 attendees to the Florida Aquarium for an altruistic evening of memories. The event will feature celebrity appearances, a luxury auction, live music and complementary wine tasting.

Most importantly, the event will raise awareness and funds for Autism Research and Education for the neurological disorder that affects 1 in 91 children, 1 in 58 boys. These numbers are up 59% since 2002.

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