Reach Child and Youth Development Society launched the second annual Reach for Beauty: Art Auction for Autism this summer and raised $8,000.
It would not be possible without the artists, sculptors, photographers, potters and quilters who donated their art work to support local children. Local renowned artists Gary Nay, Yorke Graham and Linda Jones participated again this year, along with the South Delta Artist’s Guild, the Delta Potters Association and many others.
Proceeds from Reach Child and Youth Development Society help support programs and services for children with neurodiversity and extra needs.
“The generosity of the participating artists is truly extraordinary and we are always excited to showcase their incredible talents to the community,” said Reach development manager Kristin Bibbs. “We are so grateful to the artists who contributed and to the members of the community who purchased artwork in support of children with needs.”