Dinner of Hope, 2018
Our third annual fundraising dinner is now history. We would like to thank our guests, donors, sponsors, and advertisers for making it a resounding success!
Jenn and Adam
welcomed our guests
Flash Drive
kept us hopping
We listened to inspiring messages from our keynote speaker, State Representative Andy Vargas, and award presenters (including State Representative Juana Matias and Eileen Bernal - Mayor Dan Rivera's Chief of Staff) - and those who were recognized: Olivia Richard, Point After Club, and Lysbeth Noyes. For the third year in a row, Stephanie Beach vowed us with her comedy and magic. Our wonderful master of ceremonies, Tim Coco, made sure that our program ran smoothly. Flash Drive, a fantastic local band, provided us with great music and kept us dancing into the night. Once again Maria's Restaurant provided us with a superb venue and delicious food and made sure that those with special dietary needs were also well-fed.
For more, visit Dinner of Hope, 2018.

For videos and pictures, see Dinner of Hope in Pictures.
Where Would We Be
without Our Amazing Volunteers?
Anna Hall
Jenn Tullgren
Jenn and Anna are both students at the University of Massachusetts - Jenn is from UMass Lowell and Anna is from UMass Amherst . Jenn joined us in April and Anna in June. They are both passionate about helping children on the Autism Spectrum and hope to dedicate their lives to making the world a little better for those with ASD.

See what they have to say

Anna and Jenn
Jenna Sang
Serene Yang
Jenna and Serene came to us from Fudan University, Shanghai, China in February. We could not have asked for better volunteers! They are highly energetic, enthusiastic, imaginative, fun-loving, hard-working, wonderful young women.

Read about their experiences:

Fay Wang
Fay joined us for the month of March. She too came to us from China - a postgraduate student from Ningbo University, Zhejiang .

Fay is a mature young woman, more serious than our other volunteers from China but equally hard-working, imaginative, amazing person.

Again, we cannot emphasize it enough: we need you to help our organization grow.

So consider donating your time, your expertise, and, yes, your dollars and make a difference in the lives of so many deserving people.

If you are a business owner, we encourage you to consider hiring one of our clients. We offer workshops to help you get the most out of your Aspie employee.
For more on our volunteers and interns, please visit https://volunteer.aspergerworks.org/ .
With Grateful Thanks
We would like to acknowledge and thank Tommy "Woody" Wood for his service to Asperger Works for the past 3 1/2 years. Woody has decided to resign from our organization due to health reasons and we are all sad to see him go.