1st Annual Fundraiser for Generation Rescue, Jenny McCarthy’s Autism Charity
A Branson family is hosting the 1st annual Rock the Spectrum concert, featuring Pearl Nation & DJ Imperial, on September 29, 2012 in Taney County, MO to support families affected by autism in Missouri.
Join in on the festivities at the Outback Pub 1922 W. Hwy 76 from 7:00pm – 1:00 a.m. Rock the Spectrum will raise money for autism treatment grants for early intervention that is not covered by insurance or school districts.
“We feel honored to be able to help bring awareness to this growing epidemic. This is an awesome community of people that need help and a wonderful community of people answering the call. We know what Generation Rescue stands for and have seen great things as a result of their vision. Our goal is to help as many families as possible through the funds raised at the first annual Rock the Spectrum event and continue to grow this event for years to come!” say event hosts Brent & Cristal Hedrick.
Rock the Spectrum attendees will enjoy live music, food, drinks and fun “block party” activities, including dunk tanks and beer pong; and will also enjoy free snacks from Colby’s Kettle Corn and Beanitos chips. For the first time, attendees need not fear a hangover in the morning as plenty of samples of drinkwel — ‘the multivitamin for people who drink’ will be given away!
General admission is $10 or $75 for the complete VIP experience with a backstage pass to the Artist Lounge including complimentary food and drinks. Purchase tickets, at
Join the list of current sponsors; Vacation Services of America, Branson Nantucket and VPG and Marketing LLC for a unique opportunity to align with a celebrity non-profit directly impacting autism in your local community. Contact Annette Beavers at firstname.lastname@example.org.
About Generation Rescue and Rock the Spectrum
Rock the Spectrum was created by Brent & Cristal Hedrick in honor of their goddaughter who has autism. As a participant in Generation Rescue’s grant program, she saw great improvement from the medical treatment and assistance the grant provided. Inspired by their goddaughter’s progress, the Hedricks are committed to raising awareness and funds for families in their hometown of Taney County, MO.
Every year, Generation Rescue helps over 25,000 families affected by autism spectrum disorders. With mentors in 35 countries around the world and national programs that provide services on a local level, families turn here first. More information on each program including a toll-free hotline, medical grants, interactive website and treatment conferences to educate physicians and caregivers is available at GenerationRescue.org.