Support the Lowcountry Autism Foundation during its “Live LAF Love” fundraising events

Lowcountry Autism Foundation will host two days of events on Daniel Island to directly supports its programming.

A young child enjoys some activities

The foundation provides free programming and resources for individuals around the greater Charleston area.

Photo by Kendra Natter

Lowcountry Autism Foundation announced its “Live LAF Love " fundraising events at the Daniel Island Club, 600 Island Park Dr., in an effort to support the foundation’s free programming in the Charleston area.

TExpect a family-friendly Lowcountry-inspired BBQ with guest speaker Rod Ray on Sunday, Nov. 5. The head men’s tennis coach at Wofford College, Ray will discuss his new book, “Hard Comes First,” about athletics and autism. There will also be live music, kid activities, and a silent auction.

On Monday, Nov. 6, the 3rd annual Live LAF Love Golf Tournament will begin at 10 a.m. Register here. Tickets are $55 for ages 13 and up. Reserve your spot.

Lowcountry Autism Foundation was created to serve individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorder. The team envisions “A South Carolina where individuals and their families have access to needed resources and services that positively impact the quality of their life.”

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