Acts of Love

By on 11-05-2010 in News, philanthropy

Acts of Love

A Literary and Musical Celebration of those who make a Difference in Our Community

Acts of Love: Parenthood was a very special, one night only, original theatrical WordTheatre® production with music performed live by John Doe, preceded by an awards reception honoring a distinguished member of the Autism Community, to raise money and awareness for autism.

Awareness Award: Jason Katims
Jason Katims’ television credits include developing and serving as executive producer/showrunner on the critically acclaimed series “Parenthood.” He is also the executive producer/showrunner of the Emmy Award-winning “Friday Night Lights,” for which he has received numerous accolades including the Peabody Award and the Humanitas Prize.

Make your donation to Acts of Love HERE.

Alyssa and @Jack

Alyssa and @Jack

Autism Speaks aims to bring the autism community together as one strong voice to urge the government and private sector to listen to our concerns and take action to address this urgent global health crisis. It is our firm belief that, working together, we will find the missing pieces of the puzzle.

Autism Speaks. It’s time to listen.

3 Comments

  1. Very nice blog, found you from twitter I think that people who care about the people who are less fortunate are great people from the heart.

  2. Alyssa, thankyou for all you do for others. My step sons and their mother have Autism. It makes for interesting days, but the pure love they give is worth every minute. As for parenting, I have only my step sons left. My two year old son passed away on Monday, November the 22nd. I know he would have liked you. May God continue to bless your beautiful heart. (formerly Eisarn, Southfield, MI.)

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