Special Events and Fundraisers

Special Events and Fundraisers

Hornets Autism Awareness Game

March 3 in Charlotte

Join us for the annual Hornets Autism Awareness Game vs. the San Antonio Spurs. Everyone who attends will receive a Hornets gift and VIP access to watch pregame warmups in seats close to the court. The first 20 people to purchase tickets will be able to go on the court and high-five the players before the game. The Spectrum Center is a sensory-inclusive arena; sensory kits will be available.

Canes Autism Awareness Game

March 21 in Raleigh

Join us as the Carolina Hurricanes take on the Ottawa Senators for Autism Awareness Night. Tickets are discounted and start as low as $38. Proceeds from each ticket will benefit the Autism Society of North Carolina. Purchase tickets today and be entered to win the opportunity to watch warm-ups from the Canes bench or penalty box or high five the players in the fan tunnel! Buy tickets online or by contacting Heather Hargrave at 919-865-5057 or hhargrave@autismsociety-nc.org.

World Autism Awareness and Acceptance Celebration

April 4 at Camp Royall

Join us for a day of fellowship and celebration! Special activities will include a cookout lunch, ice cream truck, music DJ, games, bouncy houses, face-painting, and more! Many of our facilities will be open, including the gym, zapline, hay rides, sensory play, and boating. Come chat with ASNC staff, including Autism Resource Specialists.

Camp Royall Classic

May 3 in Chapel Hill

Please join us for the 9th annual Camp Royall Classic at Governors Club in Chapel Hill, with its spectacular 27-hole Jack Nicklaus Signature Golf Course. The benefit will feature a 9:30 a.m. shotgun start, and all players will enjoy a barbecue lunch after golf. You could win great prizes, including a new car for a hole-in-one or $5,000 in the Putt for Cash Contest! Register by April 6 to receive a free Advantage Package (2 Mulligans and a tee shot from the ladies tee).

For more information or to learn about sponsorship opportunities, contact Heather Hargrave at 919-865-5057 or hhargrave@autismsociety-nc.org.

Win a restored 1967 Camaro

Buy a chance at a restored Camaro and improve the lives of individuals with autism at the same time! The Camaro was restored by Premiere Communications and Consulting, Inc. and features LS1 engine & transmission; Viking coilover adjustable front shocks; QA1 rear shocks; 4-wheel disc brakes; a new positive traction rear end; subframe connectors; CalTrac suspension; new interior seats, carpet, and headliner; a new dash cluster; and a new sound system. All proceeds will provide services for individuals with autism and their families. Special thanks to Premiere Communications and Consulting for donating the Camaro.

Events by Friends of ASNC

If you would like to hold your own fundraiser to benefit ASNC, please contact Gillian Hayden at ghayden@autismsociety-nc.org or 919-865-2275.


Autism Awareness Series with UNCP Softball in Pembroke

Join the UNC Pembroke softball team for its inaugural autism awareness series Friday, Feb. 28, at LRA Field on Braves Drive at UNCP in Pembroke. The games will begin at 3 and 5 p.m. Admittance is free, and sensory kits will be available. Replica T-shirts of the special jerseys will be auctioned off to benefit the Autism Society of North Carolina.


Great Harvest Bread fundraiser in Greenville

The Great Harvest Bread in Greenville has chosen the Autism Society of North Carolina as its charity partner for the month of March 2020. Fifteen percent of proceeds from a custom dessert plus register tips will benefit our Social Recreation Center in Winterville. The cafe, which is located at 2803 Evans St. in Greenville, will also raise autism awareness and acceptance by sharing information with its customers.


Rockism for Autism festival in Dunn

The Rockism for Autism festival on Saturday, April 25, will include three bands: Identity Crisis, The Aviators, Fleming Road Band. It also will feature food trucks, door prizes, vendors, and a resource fair. Donations will be accepted at the door, at the Dunn Shrine Center, 211 N. Clinton Ave., Dunn.

Contact us:

Gillian Hayden