|Dr. Christine Burton, Superintendent; Melanie Rosenbaum, Tour Organizer|
and Nancy Dries, Communications Coordinator
|Melanie Rosenbaum, KW & Stephanie Mallios, CB|
|Elan Bitan, KW|
|Jill Bray, PPSI|
The day of the tour, six homes were hosted by the following listing agents: Arlene Gonnella and Victoria Carter of Weichert, Stephanie Mallios of Caldwell Banker, Jill Bray of Sotheby's, Melanie Rosenbaum and Elan Bitan of Keller Williams. The tour consisted of 3 new construction homes and 3 historic Hartshorn homes. Tour participants received treats, giveaways, and even a light lunch from Tom Wragg of Wells Fargo and Jon Lamkin of Guaranteed Rate.
|Victoria Carter, Weichert|
|Arlene Gonnella, Weichert with |
hosting homeowner, Chai Gray
|Director of Millburn Township Special Services, Jennifer Sowa|
|Exceptional District Special Services Professionals|
To date the fundraiser has raised more than $30K for the cause spreading Autism Awareness throughout our community educating individuals. The disorder affects 1 in 41 children in New Jersey. Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) is a developmental disorder that affects a person’s social communication and interaction. Individuals with ASD also have restricted and repetitive behavior, interests, and activities. These challenges can significantly impact their quality of life. Individuals with ASD may be more likely to have seizure, gastrointestinal, sleep, and anxiety disorders as well.
Autism New Jersey is the largest statewide network of parents and professionals dedicated to improving lives of individuals with ASD. This nonprofit organization is committed to providing information, education, awareness, and public policy work to NJ’s autism community.
|Brynn Alberici, Special Events & Community Relations Manager with Autism NJ|
For more information on the Architectural and Real Estate House Tour and how to participate, please see the link.
For more information on the Department of Special Services of Millburn Township Public Schools, please see the link.
For more information on Autism NJ, please see the link.