Lisa and Bill Ford along with Kathy and Jim Hackett in partnership with The Children’s Center are excited about AutoGlow 2019 and the changes coming to the North American International Auto Show in 2020. We’ve created a dreamy AutoGlow experience just for you. In fact, our 2019 theme is “Dream Big.”
We warmly invite you to a spectacular evening complete with a dream-worthy strolling dinner, specialty drinks, and dancing to live music.
The evening benefits the 7,500 vulnerable children and families that The Children’s Center supports to overcome trauma from abuse, neglect and poverty so that they can grow into the amazing people they were born to be.
You can help empower children to dream again with your ticket purchase to AutoGlow 2019.
Make sure to get your 2019 AutoGlow tickets early. Buy early and save! Ticket quantities are limited.
We are honored to be one of eight charities benefiting from North American International Auto Show Charity Preview proceeds. You must be a NAIAS Charity Preview ticket holder to purchase AutoGlow tickets. To order your Charity Preview tickets, call 888.838.7500.
Cocktails, Hors D’oeuvres & Entertainment
4:30 p.m. – 7:00 p.m.
Cocktails, Strolling Dinner Reception, Live Band, Raffle & Additional Entertainment
8:30 p.m. – 12:00 a.m.
Support more than 750 young adults each year through permanency programs including Foster Care, Adoption and Young Adult Self Sufficiency programs.
Support treatment programs designed to heal the hurt that include helping more than 1,500 children with autism, depression, abuse & neglect, through child and family therapy, grief & loss counseling and more each year.
Help more than 400 infants and their parents receive a healthy start through programs that are designed to assist parents with vulnerable babies to prevent abuse & neglect, and promote parent and child empowerment.
Provide 100 children with counseling sessions which can change the trajectory of their lives.
Provide 65 children with group play therapy and art supplies so they may express through art the trauma they cannot verbalize.