Gaudin Ford and the Gaudin Automotive Group have announced the donation of one of the first, much heralded newly redesigned 2015 Ford Mustangs as part of a massive fundraising effort for the Grant a Gift for Autism Foundation.
The rare 2015 Ford Mustang is being raffled off, with tickets available at a cost of $250 each.
The winning ticket will be drawn on Oct. 24 during the Grant a Gift Fashion Gala. The winner does not have to be present to win the car. Gaudin’s Gary Ackerman is shown with the new, 2015 Mustang at the recent announcement reception.
All proceeds from ticket sales go to provide services to the families of greater Las Vegas community suffering from Autism Spectrum disorders.
The Grant a Gift Autism Foundation currently offers support services and has begun their initiative to combine forces for a comprehensive clinic to include diagnosis, skills assessment, education, and research for those affected with Autism. The new facility is scheduled to open in January 2015, at The Promenade Center, 4445 S. Maryland Parkway, across from the main campus of UNLV. The new building will house Grant a Gift’s offices, the current UNLV Center for Autism Spectrum Disorders, the University of Nevada School of Medicine Autism-Related Pediatric Specialties and the future UNLV School of Medicine — Autism Clinic.
Tickets may be purchased at Gaudin Ford: on 215 and Rainbow-Roy Horn Frontage Rd., Ford Country in the Valley Automall, Henderson, Gaudin Porsche-Jaguar, 7200 W. Sahara Ave., Las Vegas, NV, and at Grant a Gift headquarters, 72 N. Pecos Road, Henderson, NV 702-564-2453.
Grant a Gift for Autism is a 501-c3 federally recognized not-for-profit charity. www.GrantaGiftAutismFoundation.org