Haute Living will team up with Miami Heat star Hassan Whiteside and partner Ulysse Nardin to celebrate National Autism Day with an exclusive charity dinner. Want to get in on the action? Here’s what you need to know:
All proceeds from the dinner will directly benefit Nassan’s Place, the charity started by Whiteside’s family that works to raise funds for support services and resources for those affected by autism, just as his brother Nassan is. The group will celebrate together on Saturday, April 1st at world-renowned hotspot Cipriani Downtown for a night of fun with cocktails, gourmet dinner, a silent auction and a live auction with awe-inspiring items up for grabs. Haute 100-lister and special guest of honor Sean Wolfington will be in attendance, recognized as the Haute Living Miami Humanitarian award recipient. Tickets for the dinner are $250 per seat and $1000 for a seat at Hassan Whiteside’s table, which can be purchased here.
The following day, the group will come together on April 2nd, National Autism Day, to take 150 children and families affected by autism to go to the Miami Heat basketball game at the American Airlines Arena to continue the fun and watch the Heat take on the Denver Nuggets.
Nissan’s Place is a charity organization based out of East Orange, New Jersey, that works to provide accessible and affordable, educational and recreational programs for children with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) in the urban communities of Essex County, New Jersey; provide support services and resources for children and families affected by Autism; and provide low-to-moderate income families the opportunity to receive quality and affordable care for their children in a safe and carefree environment.