Express Yourself: Car show supporting Autos for Autism

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By Bradley Williams
Special to the Express

April is Autism Awareness month. Winters nonprofit Autos for Autism is hosting a car show fundraiser Saturday, April 30 from noon to 6 p.m. at The 128 Hall & Kitchen located on 1123 Grant Ave. There will be music, food and raffle prizes.

The event is free to the public. Car owners interested in displaying their cars may register online or call 530-220-2263. There is a $50 car entry fee but this event is limited to 50 cars.

Car Show sponsorships are available. Donations for raffle items are welcome. Please call or email to arrange.

Autos for Autism was started in 2016 with the focus toward community support to foster awareness and provide personal growth opportunities for individuals with special needs and their families, including local scholarships. In 2020, Autos for Autism became established as a nonprofit organization. Although Autism is growing more prevalent in our country, Autos for Autism seeks to provide awareness of and resources for families of all special needs children.

People with Autism are awesome and an asset to our community. They are diligent, hardworking and truthful. Yet, their differences can be a challenge to relate to. The organization is grateful to the parents, teachers, peers, coaches and volunteers who are able to look past the differences and enjoy our children.

Autos for Autism recognizes the growing number of people with autism in our city and in our nation. Learn more about autism and existing resources for parenting a child with autism, visit our website at or follow the organization on Facebook.

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