With the support of the fashion community (local businesses, designers, students and Autistic families) BAFOL's fashion show will support our new Autism play groups. We recognize Autism not only affects the child, it affects everyone within the home. Our overall goal is to raise funds for low income families within the Greater Kentuckiana Region who will benefit from our quarterly Autism play groups that offers strategic and open play for Autistic children/teens/adults and their siblings. BAFOL strives to help and support those living day-to-day with Autism Spectrum Disorders.
From left, sisters Alex Mendoza, 10, Crystal, 11, and Ricarda, 8, play at the Fall Into Artism Festival at the Lebanese American Country Club in Louisville, KY. Nov. 16, 2013. The girls' sister Amy Faye has Autism. The family received assistance from the Booker Autism Foundation of Louisville, who put on the festival. http://www.courier-journal.com/article/20131116/NEWS01/311160085/Festival-brings-autistic-non-autistic-children-togetherread more
Chinese star Ayi Jihu yet again leads the way in her mission to bring people together and help people all over the world, part of her ‘Pay it forward’ approach to Charity and philanthropy by becoming the Global Ambassador for The Booker Autism Foundation of Louisville (BAFOL)read more