Quarterly Highlights: October – December 2022

GiGi’s NYC recently closed out our Fall Semester, and what a great semester it was! It was filled with so many highlights, marked by our 10th Anniversary Gala. Check out the recap below to read about our amazing fourth quarter:

  • We hosted a three-part special event, Storybook Workshop, where our participants used their creativity to author and illustrate their own storybook. 
  • We celebrated a decade of achievement at our 10th Anniversary Gala, where we honored our Co-Founders, Tracy Nixon and Debbie Morris, as well as long-time GiGi’s NYC supporter, Sandy Herzfeld, CEO of Guardian Service Industries.
  • We had a hauntingly fun time at our annual Halloween Spooktacular. 
  • GiGi’s NYC staff and Board attended the National Leadership Conference in Illinois, where our participant Malik was a presenter. 
  • Ken Siri – CFA, Self-Direction Broker, mentor, author, and autism advocate – hosted our community for a three-part series on Self-Direction, a highly requested topic within our community.
  • We hosted our first Holiday Market which featured one-of-kind items created by our community, which was a huge success!

We are extremely thankful for all our amazing participants, families, volunteers, donors and community partners. We can do what we do because of YOU!

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