Local nonprofit announces plans for campus to serve children with autism – Daily Reflector

A nonprofit child development center announced plans Monday for a 23-acre campus devoted to helping children with autism.

At the fifth annual Aces for Autism Dinner and Banquet, co-founder and board of directors President Kyle Robinson said the organization aims to build a state-of-the-art clinical facility, along with a school and recreational building in Winterville. Nearly 900 people attended the annual fundraising event at the Greenville Convention Center, which featured 17-year-old singer and speaker Christopher Duffley, who is blind and has autism.

Source: Local nonprofit announces plans for campus to serve children with autism – Daily Reflector

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