Safe Haven For Young Adults With Disabilities Holds Fundraiser
A fundraiser is being held tonight to establish a safe haven for young adults with disabilities.
The Homestead Farm Center will host a benefit dinner at Heston Farm at 6 p.m.
The goal is to raise money for the farm in Taylor County, which helps people with developmental disabilities develop job skills and training.
They're hoping to first create a greenhouse.
The co-founders of Homestead Farm Center have a son with autism they say could benefit greatly from the project.
"I've worked with children most of my life as well as she has also. We decided this would be something we could do to give back to the community by providing a place like we're wanting to establish," said Daniel Burns, Homestead Farm Center co-founder.
Tickets for tonight's dinner are $50 and can still be purchased at the event.
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