On Friday, November 9, 2018, Job’s Daughters International of California awarded Autism Care Today with a contribution of $21,000 through their 2018 community project. Each year, California Job’s Daughters has a community project whereby young women raise funds, assemble items, volunteer or generally support the cause. They call this a philanthropic project, and it’s their opportunity to give back to their communities, sometimes local and sometimes around the nation.
The check was presented during the annual Grand Bethel at the Marriott Convention Center in Visalia, California. Autism Care Today was selected in 2017 at their previous year’s annual event. “It’s been an incredible journey collaborating with this organization and the Grand Guardian Council of California,” says Paul Rycus, Programs and Operations Manager, Autism Care Today.
Job’s Daughters International has been around for almost 100 years. They have helped thousands of young women internationally grow into strong, empowered adults who care about their communities, invest in their futures and build strong support networks.