Short Hills House Tour Benefiting Millburn Township Special Services and Promoting Autism Awareness
House Tour: Saturday, April 23rd from 11am - 1pm, $35 Ticket
Wow! What a ride these last two years have been, it’s been a space full of emotion, so it brings me great honor to announce we’re back, finally, in 2022 with our Annual House Tour in honor of Autism Awareness Month! Melanie Rosenbaum, event coordinator, says: "The other sponsors and I are excited to bring this event back to the community after a long two years. "Opening our doors" for an amazing cause is the cornerstone of the Millburn/Short Hills community, and the reason I love living and working in Millburn Township.”
Did you know? Autism affects 1 in 35 children in New Jersey.
It’s an Architectural and Real Estate House Tour that showcases architecture & design while providing a pulse on our local real estate market. There are six fabulous, available houses in Short Hills on the tour. It is on Saturday, April 23rd from 11am - 1pm, and you can purchase tickets at Eventbrite/Short Hills House Tour. The ticket price increases two days before the tour, so buy your tickets today!
Proceeds from this special event will benefit Millburn Township Special Services by providing the opportunity for key district professionals to attend all of the Autism NJ’s conferences. The official state Autism organization educates parents and professionals on critical topics with evidence-based information and resources.
Additionally, this year the money raised will help support The Unified Club at MHS and the MHS Job Training Program which helps students attain the necessary skills to become as independent as possible in the workplace.
Mark your calendars for Saturday, April 23rd from 11am - 1pm for this special fundraising open house time and day. Buy tickets here, or for more information please contact the tour organizer, Melanie Rosenbaum at (973) 768-1818 or [email protected].
If you are unable to attend this event, consider buying a ticket anyway as the proceeds are allotted towards important community programs!