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  • Writer's pictureCarey Tate

Art auction for autism raises over $150,000.

On October 19th, more than 120 guests attended a live auction benefitting the Miriam Foundation for their 11th installation of the Art Auction for Autism. 27 pieces by 25 accomplished artists and a dozen paintings by the participants of Miriam’s Recreational and Therapeutic Arts program were auctioned off at Maison-Alcan.


The $150,000 raised will benefit the Miriam Foundation, which supports the development of subsidized clinical services, innovative intervention programs and adapted activities for people living with a neurodevelopment disorder, such as autism spectrum disorder (ASD) or an intellectual disability (ID).

PHOTOS: The Miriam Foundation


Miriam Foundation’s President & CEO, Warren Greenstone, is extremely proud of the success of the evening.

“Every day, our team works to help children, adolescents and adults with ASD or ID. The funds raised this evening will continue to have an impact on the lives of our clients and their families, as well as those families still waiting for services."


SOURCE: The Miriam Foundation


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