2024 Annual Fundraising Event June 27, 2024

Thank you to all who contributed to IAHD’s Annual Fundraiser held at The Cutting Room on June 11, 2024!

Over 150 attendees enjoyed the evening with lots of mingling, a live IAHD program appeal introduced by John Quiñones, and musical entertainment from The Bernie Williams & Gil Parris Quartet.

Your generous donations raised over $260,000, all of which supports the development and enhancement of a variety of activities at IAHD’s three day habilitation programs. Thank you!

Couldn’t attend? Watch the event livestream above!

Our event journal is available online to view and download.

Thank you to JFP Studios for their photos from the evening!

See the full size, uncropped version of each photo in the galleries below by clicking on them and using the arrows to scroll.

Thank you to all of our sponsors. We couldn’t do it without you!

A special shoutout to the IAHD staff who volunteered their time for the evening. It is your hard work that made the event as successful as it was!

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