Scott Center For Autism Treatment Prepares for An Evening of Hope VI April 5, 2014

MELBOURNE, FLA.—Florida Institute of Technology’s The Scott Center for Autism Treatment will host An Evening of Hope VI: Night of Wishes, to be held on April 5, 2014, 7-10 p.m. This year’s event is expected to be the largest to date.

The fundraiser takes place at the home of Mike and Rashmi Shah in Merritt Island; Mr. Shah is a member of the Florida Tech Panthers Football Founders Club. Also in attendance will be committee chairs Claudia O’ Brien and Melissa Parker, and 18 other committee members from the Brevard community.

An Evening of Hope, an annual fundraising gala,helps support the Center and raises essential scholarship and subsidy money. Sponsorships are available ranging from $500-$10,000. In return for sponsorship, donors are given a corresponding number of tickets to attend the event.

A very important part of the night will be the WISH sponsorships. A WISH is a $100 pledge to sponsor one day of early intervention services for a child at The Scott Center. Kempf’s Jewelers in Indialantic will also donate a Rolex watch for a raffle drawing. Raffle tickets may be purchased at Kempf’s Jewelers and at The Scott Center for Autism Treatment.

To become a sponsor or for more information about An Evening of Hope VI, visit, or call Colleen Middlebrooks, director of community relations, at (321) 674-8106.

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