On Sept. 4, the Carlos Vieira Foundation held a free event for autistic families. There was free food, bounce house, craft, and carnival rides at the Autism Day BBQ. The event also featured a magic performance. It was held at Yamato Colony primary school in Livingston. This was the event’s first year back after a three-year hiatus and there was a record high number of over 1,000 attendees.
The Carlos Vieira Foundation thanked the Livingston School District, Yamato Colony Elementary School, 51FIFTY, Autism Speaks, First 5- Merced County, Livingston Community Health, Texas Roadhouse, The Main Event, Jeffrey M Carter DDS, Livingston Recreation, Livingston Police Explorers, PFSA, Merced County Sheriff’s Department, California Highway Patrol, Livingston Fire Department, Livingston High School FFA, and Livingston High School Hispanic Youth Leadership Council for their involvement in making this event possible.
This event was made possible by the Carlos Vieira Foundation’s Race for Autism campaign. Race for Autism supports 21 Central California counties through fundraising, donations to local charities and raising awareness. It also hosts community support activities and awards grants through Direct-Help Grants. For more information about the Carlos Vieira Foundation or to make a charitable donation, visit www.carlosvieirafoundation.org or call 209-394-1444.
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