Princeton Child Development Institute, an international leader in lifelong autism support, will celebrate the purchase of its third community-based group home at its annual gala at Hotel Du Village, in New Hope. The number of quality housing options of adults with autism is woefully insufficient; 87% of adults with autism continue to live with their parents. Funds raised at Spring Sensations will renovate a newly purchased home that will serve 5 adults with autism.
Ticketed sponsorships from $750 to $10,000 are also available. Individual ticket price is $275. Each guest will enjoy fine dining, libations, circus performances from Airplay Entertainment, and silent and live auctions with once-in-a-lifetime auction items. Live auction items include: a 5-day chartered super yacht in St. Thomas that comfortably sleeps 8 adults; enjoy meals prepared by celebrity chef Adrian Martin, snorkeling, jet skis, a hot tub, swimming platform and jumping platform on board! The live auction also includes vacations from coast to coast— California to Vermont to Florida, and experiences you cannot buy outside of this event.