It’s January. Are you bored yet?
Now that all of the holiday festivities are concluded and all of the decorations put away, there’s a certain dread of the cold dreary months ahead with nothing to look forward to. Well, thankfully we have the remedy for that.
The Chicago Auto Show’s First Look for Charity is just around the corner and we are excited to participate again this year.
On Friday, February 7, First Look for Charity benefiting 18 local charities, including Turning Pointe Autism Foundation, will kick off the Chicago Auto Show with style. It’s a fabulous night to get dressed up and preview the latest automobiles while dining and dancing the night away.
“First Look for Charity stands as one of Chicago’s greatest one-day fundraisers, regularly generating more than $2.5 million for 18 area nonprofits.
Held at McCormick Place the evening before the Chicago Auto show opens its public run, the benevolent event is anticipated by socialites and car buffs alike. Guests are treated to champagne, wine, soft drinks, elegant hors d’oeuvres and desserts – all while being the first to explore the annual edition of the nation’s largest auto show. Additionally, gala attendees will have the chance to win one of two brand new vehicles that will be awarded that evening.” It’s an event sure to cure the winter blues.
Turning Pointe Autism Foundation has been a beneficiary of this event for the past eight years and we anticipate it every year.
Join us in attending First Look for Charity supporting Turning Pointe. We look forward to seeing you there. For tickets and more information visit www.turningpointeaf.org.