The Grant A Gift Autism Foundation recently held its annual event in Allegiant Stadium, home of the Las Vegas Raiders, and it was a resounding success. The event raised over $2 million for autism-related research, programs, and services in the local community, where hundreds of supporters came out to show their support and help make the evening extraordinary.

The funds generated through the event will be invested in vital services and programs that support individuals with autism and their families. The funds will also go to funding important research projects related to autism.

This year’s featured speakers at the event included prominent figures such as MGM Resorts International CEO Bill Hornbuckle and Las Vegas Mayor Carolyn Goodman. They shared stories about how autism has touched their lives and praised the work of the Grant a Gift Autism Foundation.

The event was also made special by the presence of families affected by autism. They shared stories of hope and talked about how much progress has been accomplished in understanding and treating autism.

The outpouring of support from the Las Vegas community was a testament to how much progress has been achieved regarding understanding and caring for individuals with autism.

President Bill Hornbuckle announced that MGM Resorts International is pleased to be able to provide continued support for this important cause and will continue to commit $1 million to the foundation every year for the next five years.

The Grant a Gift Autism Foundation, looks forward to continuing its work and making an even more significant impact on the lives of individuals with autism & their families in the future.

According to Grant a Gift Autism, Over 5,000 children are on the waitlist for services in Southern Nevada alone, and the funds raised by this event will help provide much-needed resources for those individuals.

The foundation looks forward to carrying on its mission of helping families affected by autism in the years to come with more events, advocacy, and support.

Together, the world can be a better place for children and adults affected by autism.

To learn more about the Grant a Gift Autism Foundation and how to support its mission, check All the support is appreciated and will contribute to making the future brighter for individuals with autism and their families.

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